In this presentation, Barbara Kellerman addresses how it behoves those of us persuaded that followers matter to take a broad approach. This means that in addition to teaching how to follow wisely and well, addressing followership as a subject of study, in and of itself.
Darío O. Fernández
After launching the community in July 2020, we look back on the year that was and the year to come. Hosted by Alain de Sales and Claudia de Castro Caldeirinha, this webinar includes a celebration of our moments together through forming the community in lockdown and a high-level planning discussion for the next 12 months.
Alain de Sales, Ph.D. examines how courageous followers successfully and unsuccessfully stand up to destructive leadership. Committed to exploring how we as followers can improve outcomes, Alain de Sales studied 70 events within destructive leadership episodes and examined courageous follower behaviours that helped shift the power balance against those leaders. These events spanned 15 to 20-year periods across business, politics, and social movements.
TFC founder, Ira Chaleff, presents his new book A Celebration of Followership, which includes over 300 documents that show the reach of followership into every aspect of culture in the US and globally over...
Our Februray 2021 webinar hosts was Ms. Wajeeha Ghias, PhD Scholar(NUML-Islamabad) and Lecturer, Department of Leadership and Management Studies at National Defence University Islamabad, Pakistan. She is a groundbreaker in her country, remarkably introducing...
Starting 2021’s series of webninars, Dr. Abdurrahim Hocagil explores Global Followership as a phenomenon within global organizational context. In a context that is characterized by intercultural interactions and global environmental complexities, the courage of global followers is one of the key aspects of effective global followership.
On December’s monthly webinar, Dr. Marc Hurwitz tells us about his rich experience teaching followership over the years.
In this webinar, Dr. Wendy M. Edmonds, Assistant Professor at Bowie State University and Chair of the Followership Learning Community at the International Leadership Association, discusses how toxic followership can be infused into the curriculum in higher educational settings and applied as a practitioner.
This webinar featured Sharna Fabiano. She is an internationally recognized Tango artist-turned life coach. Sharna collaborated with Ira in 2008 to create the Courageous Follower Tango video that you may be familiar with. Here she shares her recent experiences coaching small groups of educators and other professionals through the dance-inspired followership principles in her book “Lead & Follow”.
Recording of the webinar conducted by Basil Read and his guest Andrew Rahaman, sharing with our community their teaching experience introducing follower concepts in federal agencies and universities.