Following Authentically: A Case of Proactive Followership in Shipping
Drucker School of Management (CGU)
As the study of followership further escalates into the global mainstream of leadership studies, this book offers an excellent way to more proactively engage future leaders and followers in issues that they are likely to face in various organizational settings. Its business, education, and government content will appeal to academia, corporations, non-profits, and other enterprises.
Rodgers, R. K., & Bligh, M. C. (2016). Following Authentically: A Case of Proactive Followership in Shipping. In Koonce, R., Hurwitz, M., Carsten, M. C., & Bligh, M. C. (Eds.), Followership in Action: Cases and Commentaries.