Assessment Submission Length: 10–15 PowerPoint slides file and Last slide should have APA references,  plus an accompanying written script in work document explaining each slide. 


Part 1: Followership Defined (approximately 3–5 slides)

  • Identify the qualities and      behaviors of followers who contribute to the success of an organization.
  • Using at least one example      from your professional life, analyze how leaders can draw value from their      followers.
  • Summarize the      responsibilities of followers in an age in which the complexities of      leadership and pace of change are ever increasing.

Part 2: The Leader-Follower Interaction (approximately 3–5 slides)

  • Analyze how followers can      influence the effectiveness or ineffectiveness of leaders.
    • Hint: Your analysis should consider how followers empower or enable       leaders’ behaviors (for good or bad).
  • Illustrate how followers      can effectively communicate and collaborate with a leader whose style is      not consistent with what they desire or with a leader they do not admire.
  • Propose at least three      strategies for how leaders can better empower and support followers in      meeting their goals.

Part 3: Traits of Leadership and Followership (approximately 4–5 slides)

  • Examine how personal      traits influence how one leads and how one follows. Draw on professional      and personal experience to provide examples.
  • Analyze how a follower can      contribute to effective leadership in an organization. Provide at least      one example to support your analysis.
  • Analyze how a leader can      encourage effective followership in an organization. Provide at least one      example to support your analysis.
  • Identify at least one      personal trait you would like to improve upon to become a more effective      leader and at least one trait you would like to improve upon to become a      more effective follower. Explain why these improvements would be a benefit      to you and to an organization.

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