Leonard Bernstein once said the most difficult instrument to play in the orchestra is second fiddle. And Barbara Kellerman tells us followership does not mean changing the rank of followers, but changing their response to their rank, their response to their superiors and to the situation at hand.
Anyone who studies leadership and management know that the best leaders know how and when to follow, not only is followership a crucial characteristic for a person to have before they become a great leader, but it is also something that must be cultivated effectively among your subordinates for your leadership to be effective.
So, the big question is how we properly embody this vital attribute on ourselves and how can we encourage and cultivate it among all our team members in our workplace? In this 24 minutes course, we are going to teach you how to do exactly that!