). Lead, Follow, and Get Out of the Way: Involving Employees in the Visioning Process
Drucker School of Management (CGU)
The Art of Followership puts dynamic leader-follower interaction at the forefront of discussion. It examines the multiple roles followers play and their often complex relationship to leaders. With contributions from leading scholars and practitioners from the burgeoning field of leadership/followership studies, this groundbreaking book outlines how followers contribute to effective leadership and to organizations overall.
Drawing from various disciplines?from philosophy, to psychology and management, to education?the book defines followership and its myriad meanings. The Art of Followership explores the practice and research that promote positive followership and reveals the part that followers play in setting the standards and formulating the culture and policies of the group.
The contributors include new models of followership and explore fresh perspectives on the contributions that followers make to groups, organizations, societies, and leaders. The book also explores the most current research on followership and includes insights and perspectives on the future of leader-follower relationships.
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Carsten, M. K., & Bligh, M. C. (2008). Lead, Follow, and Get Out of the Way: Involving Employees in the Visioning Process. In Riggio, R., Chaleff, I., & Lipman-Blumen, J. (Eds.), The Art of Followership: How Great Followers Create Great Leaders and Organizations, pp. 277-290. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. (John Wiley & Sons)