Training Quality Followership Through Optimized Leadership
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The purpose of this thesis is to underscore the significance of followership and the need to train followership in the church for the glory of Jesus Christ. Chapter 1 identifies the need for this study highlighting the significant paucity of literature for the church about followership. Chapter 2 discusses the importance of followership, featuring the value of followership in light of changes in modern culture and among secular leadership theoreticians. Chapter 3 explains the glory of followership as an elevated call from Jesus Christ, the church’s Shepherd. Chapter 4 outlines the 8 practices of followership detailed in the New Testament. Chapter 5 lists four character traits of Christ that should be emulated by church leaders to foster followership.