VIII - Followership - Followership 1 A closer look So what...

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1 Followership Followership
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2 A closer look… So, what are the complexities? So, what are the complexities?
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The wheel of culture. The wheel of culture. An interdisciplinary analysis An interdisciplinary analysis Disciplines involved Cultural anthropology Behavioral psychology Sociology Organization behavior Communication aesthetics
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Understanding the complexity Understanding the complexity of culture: The role of leaders of culture: The role of leaders and followers.” and followers.”
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5 Basic function of Leadership Basic function of Leadership “The function of leadership is to produce more leaders, not more followers.” Ralph Nader
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6 “A platoon leader doesn’t get his platoon to go by getting up and shouting and saying “I am smarter. I am bigger. I am stronger. I am the leader.” He gets men to go along with him because they want to do it for him and they believe in him.” Dwight D. Eisenhower
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7 LEADERSHIP ACTIONS LEADERSHIP ACTIONS “All over this country, corporations and government agencies, there are millions of executives who imagine that their place on the organizational chart has given them a body of followers. And of course it hasn’t. It has given them subordinates. Whether subordinates become followers depends on whether the executives act like leaders .” John Gardner
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Dimensional Model Dimensional Model 8
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Critical and Uncritical Thinking Critical and Uncritical Thinking Critical Thinking Thinking independently and being mindful of the effects of one’s own and other people’s behavior on achieving the organization’s vision. Uncritical Thinking
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VIII - Followership - Followership 1 A closer look So what...

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