Followership can be defined in many ways: the actions of someone in a subordinate role, a specific set of skills that complement leadership, a role within a hierarchical organization, any person working within a framework for action created by someone else, or a social construct that is integral to the leadership process.
Would it surprise you that followership is linked to improvements of 17% to 43% on many key performance metrics?
Did you know that it’s the follower’s and not the leader’s emotional intelligence that is the more important factor in team performance?
If those research-proven facts about followership sound intriguing to you – read on!
How Can You Practice Followership?
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