Good leaders know how to incorporate followership into their leadership, writes Mary Jo Asmus. That means accepting coaching from anyone who can do something better than you, making everyone around you comfortable in your presence and welcoming good ideas from any source. "Great leader-followers are wonderful role models, moving seamlessly between leadership and followership as the [occasion] demands," Asmus writes.
How can leaders also be good followers?
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