Skip to 0 minutes and 5 seconds Excellent leaders are vital to inspire, motivate and transform workers, and these are common goals of organisations in the entrepreneurial world. The role of the follower, however, is just as vital because without good followers there are no leaders. I’m Craig Marsh and I’m the head of the Lincoln International Business School at the University of Lincoln. I’m Elaine Clark and I’m the director of education for Lincoln International Business School at the University of Lincoln where we ensure teaching quality, future skills and industry.
Skip to 0 minutes and 32 seconds Links are at the forefront of your learning experience and I’m really happy to introduce to you this two week course that I and my colleagues have built for you that focuses on the role of followership and will enable you to learn how to identify areas for development as a leader and understand the context for setting your own learning for professional growth. The course will help you understand the theory surrounding follower centered perspectives of leadership, as well as focusing on how leadership can be used to develop talent and drive engagement. This courses is aimed at supervisors, managers, team leaders or individuals at any level and requires no prior knowledge to starting.
Skip to 1 minute and 9 seconds So if you want to develop your knowledge around the roles of followership within a leadership context, or if you want to expand your knowledge of how leadership roles affect followership within an organization, then this course is for you.