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User: The trait known as leadership motivation suggests that great leaders A. can motivate others to work hard B. can motivate others to become leaders C. can motivate others to join D. want to lead





Weegy: The trait known as leadership motivation suggests that great leaders B. can motivate others to become leaders
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User: __________ leadership invites colleagues at the same level to solve problems together. A. Horizontal B. Collegial C. Lateral D. Linear

Weegy: C. Lateral leadership invites colleagues at the same level to solve problems together.
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