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    There are five main characteristics in being an effective follower. To be an effective follower one must have authenticity, be other-centered, take advantage of adversity, be persistant and learn from their mistakes. The first characteristic of be authentic is to be a "what you see is what you get kind of person." When a person is able to achieve this they are not putting up a persona and not working with a hidden adjenda. They are simply what they are seen as and working for the same goal as the team. For example when a follower is working toward outside goals such as getting promoted or making more money they are putting their own adjenda above that of the team and become an uneffective follower. The second of these characteristics is being…

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    the leader’s objectives. It comes to no surprise that term follower is often evoke a negative feelings and associated with lower hierarchical position or diminished dignity, but in order for leaders to achieve their goals they need followers. In modern society, followers play important role in leader’s success by providing necessary support, feedback, and loyalty to the leader’s cause. According to Barbara Kellerman, the author of Followership: How…

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    Being a follower is easy, having followers is hard. After being promoted from a line level potion to an assistant manager position, it was a monumental transition. The opportunity taught me, helped me grow, built me up, tore me apart and was immeasurable in its rewards and punishments. The constant push pull, love hate was taxing. In the pre-opening phases, we had a small fire, which luckily was quickly contained. The hotel was on an island, accessible by car, but there was nothing…

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    Your discussion identifies so good attributes of what a followship. Follwership is a group of individuals who have the ability to take instructions, which connect individuals to be a part of a team. A follower is as successful as a leader in delivering results. The results of a leader and a follower coincide together; rather the results are good or bad. A follower accepts a commitment to following leaders. In most cases, there are stigmas related to a follower. A person believes they are…

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    After a few hours of her rambling and talking she turned to me and said, “Nat, you’re a really good listener. You’re not always interrupting me and talking about your problems.” Since then I started noticing that people would open up to me fairly quickly and tell me things, I have one such friend who would call me every day if I let him to talk about his problems and just have me listen. This quality is to my advantage because then my followers feel and think that I really do care about them and…

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    Man must evolve for all human conflict a method which rejects revenge, aggression and retaliation" King not only preached nonviolence, he practiced it. He used words rather than fists, and marches rather than guns. King's ability to rise above the common misconception of the need to fight fire with fire, and be morally better than his oppressors was mind numbing. To be violent while making a moral stand ruins the moral stand. King's moral courage is so provocative because of his commitment…

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    Effective Followers

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    (2010) states followers are an important part of the leader; in reality, the qualities needed for effective leader are the same as those needed to be an effective follower, effective leaders and effective followers may sometimes be the same people, playing different roles at different times. Only through starting off as a follower and working your way up, absorbing, learning, skills development, and guidance to accomplish a project, mission or goal develop a leader (Puente, 2013; A. Puente,…

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    Followers Of Christ

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    Followers of Christ need to expect to live out of their comfort, world life and, set fourth the works of the Father. People tend to wear the label of Christianity, proclaiming their faith yet, staying put in the world, tending to only themselves. The books in the Bible of James and Colossians each describe the trials, faults, and temptations Christians would face in order to live by His name. Also the books say that the Lord 's unconditional love is needed to be returned to others through love…

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    Truman Followers

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    Trust is the basic and most human instinct brain plays with all the time. To set a goal for oneself and achieve it, trust that the goal can be achieved plays a very crucial role at every point of one’s struggle. Leaders at every point strive to get the trust of followers unless otherwise the leader’s vision can never be envisioned by his followers. Leaders who can successfully persuade others to trust them will evidence certain behaviors such as they themselves will be skilled at trusting…

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    Followers Of Islam

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    What is Islam? Islam is a religion that is practiced all over the world. In 2001, about 6 to 8 million people living in the United States indicated following or practicing Islamic beliefs (Ali, Liu, & Humedian, 2004). Followers of the Islamic belief have been growing in tremendous numbers since then. However, regardless of the number of followers of Islam, individuals who follow its beliefs are seen as suspicious or dangerous after the World Trade Center attack in 2001. Acts of racism,…

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