Through followership, individuals follow a leader willingly. For example, in org

Through followership, individuals follow a
leader willingly. For example, in organizations, employees are considered
followers while team leads, supervisors, and managers are considered leaders.
In organizations, most employees willingly accept following leaders to help
them achieve their goals.
In the table below, from Northouse (2022, p.
354), we can see the typologies of followership. The behaviors associated with
these noted typologies describe the behaviors of followers.
Source: Northouse, P. G. (2022). Leadership:
Theory and practice (9th ed., pp. 354). Sage Publications. ( table 13.1 – Typologies of followers )
Thinking about followership and its typologies:
From each typology
(Zaleznik, Kelley, Chaleff and Kellerman), select one behavior that
defines a follower.
Explain details about
each of the four behaviors that you selected. Then, detail what these
behaviors mean when applied in an organizational setting.
Determine which
leadership style is best suited for each of the selected followers
behavior and why.
Give an example of
where (type of job or organization) the followers behaviors that you
selected will be most effective.
1-please refer to ( Chapter # 13 “Followership”) in the attached book, PowerPoint, and
2-Please use APA 7th edition
3-Embed course material concepts, principles, and
theories (including supporting citations) along with at least two current,
scholarly, peer-reviewed journal articles. You may find that your discussion of
leadership characteristics is easily supported with such current scholarly
research, while the information about how your chosen leader exhibits those leadership
characteristics is supported by popular research.
Current research means published in the last five years.