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Followers as leaders: exploring the follower-leader dynamics in a business project with students co-investigators. / Filosof, Jana; Andrews, Rachelle.

2016. Paper presented at International Studying Leadership Conference, United Kingdom.

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Filosof, J & Andrews, R 2016, 'Followers as leaders: exploring the follower-leader dynamics in a business project with students co-investigators', Paper presented at International Studying Leadership Conference, United Kingdom, 11/12/16 - 13/12/16.

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Filosof, J., & Andrews, R. (2016). Followers as leaders: exploring the follower-leader dynamics in a business project with students co-investigators. Paper presented at International Studying Leadership Conference, United Kingdom.

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Filosof J, Andrews R. Followers as leaders: exploring the follower-leader dynamics in a business project with students co-investigators. 2016. Paper presented at International Studying Leadership Conference, United Kingdom.

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Filosof, Jana ; Andrews, Rachelle. / Followers as leaders: exploring the follower-leader dynamics in a business project with students co-investigators. Paper presented at International Studying Leadership Conference, United Kingdom.

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