Leading While Simultaneously Following

LIVE: Tuesday, September 24, 2024
2:00 - 3:00 Eastern
1.0 hour
CEU approval pending

In a world where everyone wants to be on top and lead, who is left to follow?

Followership and leadership are both needed for leaders who lead. Combining Servant leader principles and identifying follower styles will allow leaders to develop acts of leadership personally and with the team.

In order to be an effective leader, it is equally important to be a part of the effective follower's club.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify/discuss the 10 principles of servant leadership
  • Identify/discuss 5 followership styles
  • Identify/discuss how to combine servant leadership principles with followership styles for effective leadership
  • Identify/discuss 3 practical tips to being a servant leader

CYC Certification Competency Domain:  Professionalism

NO COST CEUs - The Association for Child and Youth Care Practice (ACYCP), Child and Youth Care Certification Board (CYCCB), and Academy for Competent Youth Work (ACYW) are working with the Indiana University School of Social Work to provide free CEUs for attending this webinar. The course content has been submitted for approval so that CEUs will be in place by the time the training is held.

ACYCP Members receive a discount.  Please contact Michael Mitchelor the CYC Office to get the discount code.  We will respond within 48 hours.

1 Class Hour

Created by

Indu Wilson, MA

Indu is the Project Director for Programs & Professional Services at Cook County Juvenile Detention Center of Illinois. Considerable latitude is granted for the exercise of discretion.  She holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in community counseling. She is currently working in a doctoral program for industrial/organizational psychology with a concentration in leadership development. Through her course of study, she developed a passionate interest in mental health care and counseling.

Indu Wilson is a professional leadership trainer with years of experience in the mental health, health and human services, and corrections fields.  Indu Wilson’s skills are best presented in communication, visionary leadership, critical thinking, processes and procedures and resonance. She is a member of the National Partnership for Juvenile Services and is considered a national trainer. 

Indu Wilson believes that challenges make life interesting but overcoming those challenges make life meaningful. Her work in the afore mentioned areas provide challenges that fuel her passion for people. She uses evidence-based, best practices, real work knowledge and other researched methods to provide valuable information as a trainer. Her long-term goal is to provide pertinent/relevant training and information to professionals’ who lead teams of all sizes and needs. She wants to use her untiring commitment and drive to bring more dignity and autonomy to the professional work environment.

 Incorporating transformational and servant leadership for an ever-changing society and workforce is the highlight of her journey!