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How does servant leadership differ from path-goal theory?

a. Focuses on the behaviors leaders should exhibit to put followers first.
b. Is unconcerned with the way leaders should treat followers.
c. Focuses on the need for leaders to perfect themselves before helping others.
d. Makes the need for task completion necessary before relationships can thrive.

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