William Stahl of Overland Express, Inc. manages a staff of fifty employees. He is considered to be an excellent leader by his subordinates. He strives to help his subordinates as well as continually attempts to build cooperation and loyalty among them. By engaging in such actions, Mr. Stahl is demonstrating:
(A) Relationship-oriented behavior.
(B) Change-oriented behavior.
(C) Task-oriented behavior.
(D) Ineffective employee-management behavior.
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