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The most important conclusion from the leader-participation model is that ________.

A) a leader must keep the same leadership style no matter what the situation is
B) a leader must change his or her leadership style depending on the situation
C) a leader must try to change the situation if it does not suit his or her leadership style
D) all situations are similar

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Answer: B
Explanation: The leader-participation model assumes that all situations are different, ruling out "all situations are similar" as a correct choice. The most important conclusion of the model is that since leaders can't change most situations, they must change their leadership style for each situation, making that choice the correct response and ruling out the choice indicating keeping the same leadership style no matter the situation.

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Beautifully done! Thanks