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The Natural History of Leadership What is Leadership Why Follow Conclusion
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1. Stage Prehuman Leadership 2. Stage Tribal Leadership 3. Stage Kings and and Worlords  4. State and Business Leadership
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Described in terms of a)  influencing individuals to  contribute to group goals b) coordinating the  pursuit of those goals   Forming a group in  guiding it to victory A leader takes initiative  and provides direction  
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Suggests: 1) how leadership and follwership evolved 2) investigates costs and benefits 3) how individuals whose interests conflict might 
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Unformatted text preview: work together to maximize benefits Enzo Kevin A B A 3 , 1 , B , 1, 3 Leader-Follower structure proved to be successful in the past Psychological mechanism supporting leadership and followership were passed on In some cases followership seems to be more rational In many ways being a follower is more convenient Prehistory shaped the way we respond to leadership and followership Unnecessary leadership can weaken team performance Do it like the animals...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2012 for the course PSYCH V89.9001 taught by Professor Chamorro-premuzic during the Fall '10 term at NYU.

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