Leadership and Followership: A Dichotomy? Much has been written about how leadership effectiveness is equated with followership. However, less has been written about the nature of ‘followership’ itself. Within the context of the modern organization, the concept of ‘followership’ raises some provocative questions including: How does ‘followership’ support ‘leadership’? What are the attributes of a good ‘follower’? We hire for ‘leaders’, how do we hire for ‘followers’? In this highly interactive session, speaker Sarah Stebbins will help us explore these questions and the dichotomy between the two—and perhaps challenge whether or not such a dichotomy exists!
LOCATION: The Standard Building, ATRIUM ROOM, 900 Southwest 5th Avenue, Portland, OR, 97204. (The building with the marble sculpture)
PRICE: $35 per person. Includes breakfast and parking at the Standard Plaza, 1100 SW 6th Ave, Portland, OR 97204. Read our event cancellation/refund policy.
This event is the first of the three part Develop Your Leadership Style Series.
- Leadership and Followership are Mindsets – January 26, 2017 – 7:15am to 9:00 am at the Standard Insurance Center building, Atrium Room – $35/person
- The Confidence Project– February 23, 2017– 7:15am to 9:00 am at the Standard Insurance Center building, Atrium Room – $35/person
- Conscious Leadership– March 23, 2017– 7:15am to 9:00 am at the Standard Insurance Center building, Atrium Room – $35/person
Purchase all three as a series and save $20, or sign up individually. $85/person for the series. You do not need to sign up all three to attend one.