Being a good follower doesn’t make you a “sheep" (negatively speaking). A mindless and blind follower is bad but a respectful and wise follower is good. The truth is that most of us are in followership roles regularly, perhaps in our families, workplaces, social circles or other settings. In my experience, observations and based on my reading: Nearly all good leaders are first good followers.
I love this one question by Michael Hyatt, my favorite leadership podcaster, when he asks, "Nearly everyone sees themselves as leaders. But where are the followers?" 😊😉👍 #ServeToLead #GrowingLeader
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