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1 1 Followership

2 2 Kelley’s 2D Model of Follower Behavior Characteristics of Effective Followership Kelley’s 2D Model of Follower Behavior Characteristics of Effective FollowershipOverview

3 3 (Kelley’s Model of Follower Behavior) Passive Independent, Critical Thinking Active Dependent, Uncritical Thinking Followership

4 4 (Kelley’s Model of Follower Behavior) Passive Independent, Critical Thinking Active Dependent, Uncritical Thinking Followership

5 5 Passive/dependent, uncritical thinking Lack initiative Do not play an active role Simply comply with any order givenSheep

6 6 (Kelley’s Model of Follower Behavior) Passive Independent, Critical Thinking Active Dependent, Uncritical Thinking Followership

7 Active/Dependent, Uncritical Thinking Readily Carry Out Orders Uncritically – Dangerous if orders contradict standards – Ex. Person who always says what he thinks leaders want to hear 7 Yes People

8 8 (Kelley’s Model of Follower Behavior) Passive Independent, Critical Thinking Active Dependent, Uncritical Thinking Followership

9 9 Right in the middle Rarely committed to work/group goals Does just enough to get by Mediocre performers clogging the arteries of an organization Example: “ROAD” Survivors

10 10 (Kelley’s Model of Follower Behavior) Passive Independent, Critical Thinking Active Dependent, Uncritical Thinking Followership

11 11 Passive/independent, critical thinking Festering wounds in an organization Criticize, but never offer constructive support Alienated Followers

12 12 (Kelley’s Model of Follower Behavior) Passive Independent, Critical Thinking Active Dependent, Uncritical Thinking Followership

13 13 Active/independent, critical thinking Problem solvers Can work with others Reflect on goals of the organization Not hesitant to bring concerns to leader Effective Followers

14 Exemplify AF Core Values Decision Making Communication Skills Commitment Problem Solving Organizational Understanding Flexibility Competence Courage Enthusiasm 14 Characteristics

15 15 Integrity First Service Before Self Excellence In All We Do Exemplify Core Values

16 Sound thought processes Achievement through teamwork 16 Decision Making

17 17 Listening ability Reading comprehension Tactful feedback Communication Skills

18 18 Displays loyalty Fully supportive of the mission and leadership Willing to go the “extra mile”Commitment

19 Wants to be challenged Desires responsibility Problem Solving 19

20 20 Can see the big picture Understands importance of their job Organizational Understanding

21 Can adapt and overcome Remains calm during new challengesFlexibility 21

22 22 Never stops learning Actions speak louder than words Not afraid to share informationCompetence

23 23 Stands up for what’s right Knows when to speak Knows when to be quietCourage

24 24 Passion and Excitement Positive AttitudeEnthusiasm

25 25 Kelley’s 2D Model of Follower Behavior Characteristics of Effective Followership Kelley’s 2D Model of Follower Behavior Characteristics of Effective FollowershipSummary

26 26 “He who cannot be a good follower cannot be a good leader” Aristotle (384 BC – 322 BC) Aristotle (384 BC – 322 BC)


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