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Graduate Leadership Institute Workshop: Exploring Concepts of Leadership vs. Followership

Posted by on Wednesday, September 22, 2021 in Announcements .

Exploring Concepts of Leadership vs. Followership 


Wednesday, October 6th
1:00 – 2:30 p.m.
Alumni Hall, Rm 206

Facilitated by Ransford Pinto, PhD
Assistant Director for Graduate Programs, Center for Teaching
Senior Lecturer, Department of Leadership, Policy, and Organizations

Considerable informal leadership training takes place in the role of follower. During this workshop participants will explore the relationship between leadership and followership:

What is good followership?
What are the traits and skills needed in those that follow?
How does this foundation translate to successful leadership?

Sponsored by the Russell G. Hamilton Graduate Leadership Institute.
This workshop is open to all graduate school students (PhD, MA, MFS, MLAS & MS) and postdocs.

Registration required