Followership is a process where an individual accepts the influence of another to accomplish a common goal. There are many typologies of followership including the following: Zaleznik Typology, Kelly Typology, Chaleff Typology, Kellerman Typology, and others. Select two typologies to contrast and compare. Include follower dimensions of importance, as well as the impact to leaders. Which typology do you think is, or will be, most useful in your current work or future work environment, and why?
Time and again, in all workplaces and social settings, the crucial element of leadership is the leader. The organizational management and accomplishment of set goals relies immensely on the ability of a leader to organize his followers towards a certain objective. However, without followers, a leader or leadership become an ideal mental construct. Followers are at the epicenter of any leadership since through them set goals can be attained. In this essay, I will posit the very dimensions of followership and provide a clear or rather their detailed significance to the organizations, workplace, or any social arrangements and their impacts on the respective leaders therein