1. The central explanatory process in Path-goal Theory of leadership is:  

the influence of leader expectations on subordinate behavior

the influence of leader expectations on subordinate expectations

the influence of leader behavior on subordinate expectations

the influence of leader behavior on group processes

 

2. According to Path-goal Theory, supportive leadership contributes most to subordinate satisfaction and motivation when the task is:  

tedious and stressful

important and meaningful

complex and variable

interesting and enjoyable

 

3. According to Path-goal theory, directive leadership is most effective when:  

the task is simple and repetitive

work roles are ambiguous

the task is tedious and stressful

the work roles are interdependent

 

4. Charismatic leadership is best understood by examining:  

leader characteristics

leader and subordinate characteristics

leader and situational characteristics

leader, subordinate, and situational characteristics

 

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