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Implicit followership theory – S18.1

One critique of leadership studies has been that followers are receiving inadequate attention, both as research subjects and as complex active participants in the leadership process. In response to this critique, a few scholars have attempted to carry out more … Continue reading

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Servant leadership – S17.3

Read Mindvalley Authors’ article Why Servant Leadership is the Best Way to Lead Others, and share your thoughts below. Don’t forget to come back in a few days and comment on another student’s post. I hope you enjoyed the course, … Continue reading

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Chapter 11 of my upcoming book is devoted to a discussion of servant leadership, a theory developed in the 1970s by Robert Greenleaf, based on his reading of a novel by Hermann Hesse called Journey to the East. One of … Continue reading

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