In this episode of Programming Leadership, Marcus and his guest Jason Wong discuss how one size does not fit all in leadership. They dive into how the traditional leadership model isn't working well and how it could be changed to become more effective. The two also enlighten listeners on a new followership model, and why followership can be just as important as leadership.
The traditional leadership model isn't working well
Great Man Leadership
New model should be less confrontational and more collaborative
Corporations aren't just money and investors, we need to incorporate values
The Chef Incident
We all seek leadership thus everyone is always following someone
Chaleff Model of Followership
Being a leader or a follower isn't a choice, sometimes you could be good at both
Leadership model in which you pass the baton and take turns in the leadership role
Soldier vs. Scout mentality
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