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Conclusion: The role of being a supportive follower is overlooked as compared against the literature of being a leader. Everyone is a follower, yet by a factor of over 1,000 to 11, information is overwhelmingly written about how to be a better leader rather than about being a follower. As a leader, there are many benefits in identifying traits of what is required in a follower. There is also a strong overlap in the behaviours of being an effective leader as there is in being an effective follower. Both roles are just as important as each other and yield significant benefits to the organisation and individuals when realised.

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