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Distinguish between the old conceptualization of leader-follower interactions and contemporary conceptualizations of leader-follower interaction. III. Define and explain the concept of followership (pp. 81-84; Case Study, p. 84) IV. Compare and contrast the types of followers identified by the following: (pp. 84-89) Kelly (pp. 84-86; Figure 5-3, p. 85) Pittman, Rosanbach, and Power (pp. 86-87; Figure 5-4, p. 86) Kellerman (p. 87) V. Compare and contrast the traits of leaders and followers (Table 5-1, p. 88) VI. Explore the characteristics of effective or exemplary followers (pp. 89-90). VII. Compare and contrast French & Raven’s (1960) five sources of power (p. 91) Discuss what other ways one gains power (pp. 91-92) VIII. Explore how you can empower self and others (pp. 92-94) IX. Explain how you would develop effective followership skills (pp. 94-98) What is meant by the term mindfulness (pp. 109 and 139) Activity #1 – Complete the followership style test (pp. 100-102). What did you learn about yourself? What did you learn about followership and the relationship between followers and leaders?
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