Sometimes there’s more honor among thieves than there is between followers and leaders. How do we improve our posture of honor toward our superiors?
Influencing? Bringing about compliance? Adopting others’ goals? Facilitating superior performance? Are these the core elements of the leadership-followership dynamic?
“I’m a leader.” How’s that working out for you?
Leader, follower: what’re we talking about? What’s the difference?
What assumptions do you have for your group, your colleagues, yourself, and your leader?
Need some help keeping track of who you are?
You are a follower. How’re you doing with that?
What makes a conversation satisfying for you (singular), and for you (plural)?
We acknowledge the challenges & special requirements of distance leadership; but what about the realities of distance followership?
For me, the answer to “what is leadership?” is fairly simple. Conveniently, I answer a similar question about followership in the same way.
Followership is not new. But it is only recently that it has been trending, creeping onto the global radar as a topic worthy of discussion. But why now? Why is a concept which has been around for decades, centuries, and even millennia just starting to grab attention?
Free resources to accompany Embracing Followership: A Discussion Guide for Teams & Small Groups.