Followership in Action: Cases and Commentaries

@inproceedings{Koonce2016FollowershipIA,
  title={Followership in Action: Cases and Commentaries},
  author={Rob Koonce},
  year={2016}
}
The theme of Followership in Action: Cases and Commentaries revolves around the question of inclusion in leadership studies. As recognized in Mary Parker Follett’s inspiring work from 1925 on constructive conflict, the question should not be one of who is right, nor what is right, when it comes to resolving interpretational differences in leadership studies, but one of how can we work together to arrive at plus values that lead us to more worthy considerations (Graham, 2003, pp. 67-87… Expand
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