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adherent

(ăd-hē′rĕnt) [L. adhaerere, to stick]
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Admittedly, this last rule of great followership is arguably even more common sense than all the rest.
Literature Review and Hypothesis Development Positive Leaders' Implicit Followership Theory and Employees' Career Success
The leader may demand more than what the follower has to offer, in some cases, even his life and property, but the follower demands only two aspects, one, honesty and two, the outcome of the followership to be beneficial to both.
"But I would just like to see more leadership and less followership."
"Team player" perhaps implies some amount of followership, but being referred to as a "good follower" never supercharged a career.
Due to its success and huge followership, "That's So Raven" span for four seasons on Disney Channel and aired a total of 100 episodes before it was canceled, according to (http://deadline.com/2017/06/ravens-home-trailer-thats-so-raven-sequel-raven-symone-video-1202106868/) Deadline.
Cain points to the work of Robert Kelley, who defined "followership" in a 1988 Harvard Business Review article: Good followers are committed to "a purpose, principle, or person outside themselves" and are "courageous, honest, and credible."
Basic ROTC covers basic soldiery and followership; this qualifies the 'Basic graduate' to an enlisted rank in the Reserve Force of the Armed Forces of the Philippines.
Followership is stressed throughout the Coast Guard Academy cadet program, but particularly during the first year, as students learn about the Coast Guard and begin to develop a commitment to the service's missions and values.
"It is almost like a cult, the followership is often buying into the exciting concepts of these stores virtually more than the products themselves.
(i) We know this to be true and yet an enormous amount of research, thinking and writing has addressed issues relating to leadership, much less attention has been paid to followership. In a quick internet search of both terms, leadership yielded 755,000,000 results and followership, 578,000 results.
Robert Edwards, DFAS-Cleveland Site Director, delivers his presentation titled, "Followership and Leadership."