Are you a "LEADER" or a "FOLLOWER"?
We have people around us who are born leaders, while we have others who prefer to trod the path of others. What are you? A leader or a follower? or are you a little of both?
I don't tend to follow well, unless I deeply respect the person... which is very rare.
A leader for sure. Although I do believe a good quality in a leader is the ability to delegate and to hear suggestions. I find that when people feel they are part of a team they invest more energy.
You cannot lead if you dont know how to follow. First be a good follower then probably one day you might become a good leader.. To answer your question, I am none at this moment.. Couldnt ind a good leader to follow...Looks like I may need to create my own path..
Neither. I detest leading and following. I go my own way. REVISING MY ANSWER: However, in a work/business setting, I'm OK with being a follower. But regarding social situations or politics, causes, etc then I really dislike leading or following & that's when I go my own way. The only person I follow is Jesus.
I don't agree that there is such a thing as a born leader, leaders are socially constructed. I think the difference between leaders and followers is minimal as the two work hand in hand. After all can't leaders be followers at the same time?
i am usually a leader but i will take ideas from others. i have always been the type of person that others tend to listen to when something is going on but at the same time i have no problem letting someone lead if it is for something i have no experience in. i own my own company and my employees trust my opinion and my leadership almost always which i'm proud of.
I am a leader, however I am always open to new ideas and my followers opinions on things. If I am not a leader then I go my own way, I do NOT follow anyone unless I absolutely trust them and I have trust issues.
by Michelle Liew 5 years ago
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by Elayne 9 years ago
Some believe you are either born as a leader or as a follower - which are you, and are you self made or a natural?Personally, I would rather follow than lead, but I don't like to be led astray!!
by jonno96 6 years ago
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by Ben Guinter 9 years ago
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by Randi Benlulu 5 years ago
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