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?
“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.
In our exploration of followership, we have oftentimes addressed the aspect of identity; but there is an additional question to address: so what?