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Every one of us is a leader in our own way somehow or somewhat in some form or another Whether that is in the form of a leader of a sports team a social club a class the family at work or anything else we participate or interact with in our lives We are all natural leaders and followers it is a part of our instinct to gather in social groups for strength protection and survival Once in these groups certain individuals take certain roles as the leaders of the group while the others become the followers A truly successful leader is only as good as his or hers followers allow because you cannot lead people that do not want to follow You cannot be a good leader without first being a good follower So in order to become a good leader you must know how to follow a good leaders example That means being able to listen empathetically being able to communicate back empathetically with a clear message of understanding and being able to coordinate the resources and desires of the group The great leaders set examples for the rest of the group to follow and behave Growing up as children we all want to become a leader of some type whether it is the leader of the nation such as the president a leader of the community such as a police officer or doctor or a leader of a team such as baseball player No one ever says they want to be a follower like an assembly line worker But as we grow older we start to fall in place with are roles in leadership and follower ship which are determined by our social interaction opportunities intelligence and variety of other factors There are plenty more roles in life that require followers than roles for leaders because this is the natural law of our world But we all take on roles as followers
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