• Published 2004

The Followership Continuum: A Model for Increasing Organizational Productivity

@inproceedings{Blackshear2004TheFC,
  title={The Followership Continuum: A Model for Increasing Organizational Productivity},
  author={Baker Blackshear},
  year={2004}
}
  • Baker Blackshear
The importance of promoting and developing exemplary followers is the underlying position of this article. The article re-positions followership and defends the importance of exemplary followers. Followership stages are presented and explained as being situational and dependent on external and internal variables. These stages are described within a model for measuring workforce performance level—the Followership Continuum. The article explains that focusing on assessing and developing the… CONTINUE READING

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