In 1988 Robert E. Kelley developed a theory of followers describing five types: Conformist, Passive, Alienated, Exemplary and Pragmatic. Ira Chaleff’s Styles of Followership (2003) proposes four distinct follower types: Resource, Individualist, Implementer and Partner

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