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The two kinds of charismatic leaders are referred to as ____. A.ethical charismatics and unethical charismatics B.effective charismatics and ineffective charismatics C.transformational and transactional leaders D.visionary and nonvisionary leaders E.those who have learned how to be charismatic and those who are naturally charismatic
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The two kinds of charismatic leaders are referred to as Ethical charismatics and Unethical charismatics.


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In the path-goal theory of leadership, subordinate satisfaction and subordinate performance would be examples of ____. A.leadership stimuli B.subordinate contingencies C.environmental contingencies D.outcomes E.motivational cues
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In the path-goal theory of leadership, subordinate satisfaction and subordinate performance would be examples of OUTCOMES.
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The normative decision theory ____. A.states that the situation determines what leadership style to use B.assumes that certain inalienable characteristics determine the most effective leaders C.helps managers determine how much employee participation should be used in decision making D.assumes leader behavior can be fitted to subordinate characteristics E.assumes leaders are generally unable to change their leadership style
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The normative decision theory helps managers determine how much employee participation should be used in decision making.
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Which of the following is another term for considerate leadership behavior? A.initiating structure behavior B.participative management C.job-centered leadership D.concern for production E.employee-centered leadership
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E. Employee-centered leadership is another term for considerate leadership behavior.
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In the model of the communication process presented in the text, ____ occurs when a message is put into a written, verbal, or symbolic form that can be recognized and understood by the receiver. A.encoding B.decoding C.transmission D.feedback E.receiving
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In the model of the communication process presented in the text, Encoding occurs when a message is put into written, verbal, or symbolic form that can be recognized and understood by the receiver.

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