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Lecture 2

NURS 3514 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Harvard Business Review


Department
Nursing
Course Code
NURS 3514
Professor
Claire Mallette
Lecture
2

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NURS 3514: Week 2
Required Readings:
Gaudine, A & Lamb, M. (2015).
Kellerman (2008)
o noted that context makes a difference in the behaviour of followers
o devised a classification scheme based on the level of engagement.
o notes that at some point we are all followers, although sometimes we lead.
o “he uses to riteria to distiguish good folloers fro ad folloers.
1. One criterion is level of engagementshe argues that some level of
engagement is better than none.
2. The second criterion is being motivated by the public interest rather than
self-interest.
o Kellerman would therefore assert that to do nothing or to be uninvolved is bad,
o to support a good leader is good,
o to support a bad leader is to be a bad follower,
o to oppose a good leader is to be a bad follower,
o to oppose a bad leader is to be a good follower.
o followers are very important to other followers, and good followership depends
on this relationship.
Ladkin leadership emerges from a collective process, the leadership oet.
o leadership moment suggests that, at times, the actions of a leader may show
leadership, at other times followers may drive the moment, or the goal or
purpose itself can create leadership.
leadership theory and followership theory need to merge to understand how leaders
influence followers as well as how followers influence leaders
the asi teets of atie folloership theory:
o followers and leaders are roles, not people with inherent characteristics;
o followers are active, not passive;
o followers and leaders share a common purpose; and
o followers and leaders must be studied in the context of their relationship.
The Concept of EI
Emotional intelligence (EI) refers to abilities, skills, and personality traits and/or
competencies that enable you to recognize your own feelings and emotions and those
of others, and to manage those emotions in your decisions, relationships, and
adaptation to daily work and life.
The proposition that emotional intelligence predicts success and is an important factor
in effective leadership led to interest in measuring EI for the purposes both of testing
propositions about and developing theories of EI through research and applying the
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