In 500w. Respond to the questions be low with the assistance of the textbook and 3 evidence base articles in APA format. 

1. What is the difference between an informal and formal leader? Is one more important than the other?

2. Provide an example of servant leader mangers leadership style? Does this style work well for the organization or team particularly in the healthcare sector? 

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organizational
behavior

MICHAEL A. HITT
Texas A&M University

C. CHET MILLER
University of Houston

ADRIENNE COLELLA
Tulane University

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