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Copy of Leadership Theory
Transcript of Copy of Leadership Theory
Follower First Theory
Plan of Action
Process between followers and leaders: The needs of other are the central focus, which allows leaders to understand the abilities, needs, and goals of followers. Ultimately leading to followers performing at full potential.
Difficult to define the parameters because it covers such a wide range of activities and characteristics
I plan on applying this theory when holding a leadership position during my volunteer service with Delta Epsilon Iota.
Leadership is a process whereby an individual influences a group of individuals to achieve a common goal.
Transformational + Servant Leadership = Followers First Theory
The theory focuses on both the follower and the organizational objective.
The leaders empower followers by being a strong role model: developed set of moral values and a self-determined sense of identity.
Transformational Leadership- the process whereby a person engages with others and creates a connection to raise the level of motivation and morality in both the leader and the follower.
Servant Leadership- place the good of followers over their own self - interests and emphasize follower development.
Follower performance and growth: greater self-actualization for followers. They realize their full capabilities when leaders nurture them, help with their personal goals, and give them control.
Intuitive appeal: describes how the leader is advocating change for others. It is consistent with society's notion of what leadership means.
The research of the theories that it originated from has not been perfected. Transformational leadership is a broad based set of generalizations. Until recently, servant leadership had little empirical research
Impacting others by helping our community by using our leadership skills and knowledge to promote academic excellence in others.
As a leader. being a strong role models by motivating followers by sharing our high standard of values/ethics and self-discipline.
Follower First Theory places the good of followers over their own self-interests and helps followers grow by mentoring and providing support.
Follower First leaders empower followers and nurture them in change, which builds a leader/follower bond of trust and collaboration.
The leaders behave ethically and are strong role models. They remain open, honest, and fair to everyone. The leaders are confident, competent, and articulate, and express strong ideals.
The theory also focuses on positively impacting the community outside of the organization, by linking the groups purpose and goals to the purposes of the community.
The organization is guided by a vision that is created in the best interests of the leader, followers, and community.
Northouse, Peter G. (2012). Leadership: Theory and Practice (6th ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Strong leader/follower relationship, with the purpose of maintaining a common collective good.