20 Distinctions between a Follower and a Disengaged Employee

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There are so many endless articles about leadership development and excellence, but what about the follower? Without a strong group of followers a leader has nothing. There are major difference between disengaged employees and followers. Followers show up daily and support the vision of the enterprise, while disengaged employees might choose to show up solely for a paycheck. This article is a tribute to followers, and a pulse-check for leaders who forget that followers make a choice each day to support their vision. Here are the 20 Distinctions between a Follower and a disengaged Employee:

20 Distinctions between a Follower and a disengaged Employee

Disengaged Employees

Followers

Figures out what they can get away with.

Learns how to maximize downtime.

Avoids networking with team members.

Understands a team is crucial to success.

Questions to vent frustration.

Questions to challenge and gain understanding.

Redirects opportunities and avoids ownership.

Owns opportunities and improves…

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