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We live in a leader-centric culture.

But what if leadership isn't our goal? Can we use our skills to perform with excellence―as followers?

In Embracing Followership, Allen Hamlin Jr. showed that you don't need to be a leader to make a difference. In this 16-part study guide to the book, you'll discover what following well looks like in your own life―unpacking key themes from
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Paperback, 152 pages
Published December 20th 2017 by Kirkdale Press
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James
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A couple of years ago I reviewed a book on Followership, called  Embracing Followership: How to Thrive in a Leader-Centric Culture (Kirkdale, 2016) by Allen Hamlin. There are lots of books on leadership, but few that describe what it means to follow (though some business team resources get at some of this). Leaders cast vision and give direction but good followership is essential if an organization is going to enact the vision and get the job done. Followers follow through, providing a supportiv ...more
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Nov 21, 2017 rated it really liked it
Allen Hamlin has done a masterful job of making the principles in his book “Embracing Followership” interactive and relevant to life. This companion volume allows for guided conversations that allow a group or team to find direct application whether in the workplace, volunteer roles or church life. Clear guidance is a hallmark of Hamlin’s writing which makes this resource accessible even to those not experienced in a group discussion format. And he seems to have anticipated the questions any fac ...more
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Allen Hamlin Jr has served with an international Christian non-profit organization since 2006. His role has primarily consisted of providing team development training and consultation, along with mentoring and member care, to multiethnic teams serving around the world. He and his wife, Lindsay, have participated in numerous working groups and facilitation committees for various global initiatives, ...more

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