First reactions to A Celebration of Followership
Let me share with you the first reactions to my latest book A Celebration of Followership.
This book is very important as a history of the study of followership and as a fascinating record of Ira’s own significant followership journey. However, to me, it is even more important as an invaluable resource for those who want to make their own exploration into the field of followership. It is one of the best research sources I have ever come across. It is especially an outstanding resource for anyone who is interested in writing a thesis on followership or in doing some other serious research into the field, but is unsure of just what facet of followership they want to explore. One way to use the book is to browse through areas of particular interest to you and read the different types of documents. I will be surprised if you do not come up with a new and rewarding way to look at followership by doing this. This is what I have done, and have personally been excited to find a couple of new areas I am already exploring.
Short videoclip by Claudia de Castro Caldeirinha, my brilliant and charming colleague, who has taken my work and added her own marvelous energy to conveying and enhancing it. View full post at LinkedIn.
Alain de Sales, Ph.D. He is a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Liveris Academy of Leadership and Innovation at the University of Queensland. Alain completed his PhD, examining how courageous followers successfully and unsuccessfully stand up to destructive leadership.
Short clip produced by Mansi Jasuja and posted on facebook when she received her copy of Ira Chaleff’s latest book, A Celebration of Followership.
First reactions to “A Celebration of Followership”
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