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Exploring the impact of charismatic leaders in communities
An instructional case study
Studying the relationship between leaders and followers is more important than ever, and specific study of the relationship between charismatic leaders and followers offers key insights to both experienced, and future, community leaders.
Our instructional case study, “Exploring the Impact of Charismatic Leaders in Communities,” examines questions related to charismatic leadership, followership, and the development of connections, or social capital, in communities.
This instructional case, which is presented via video and print, features findings from ongoing University of Minnesota Tourism Center research in the community of San Luis, Colorado. We recommend presenting this case in community settings for adults active in community development, or in college classrooms for future community leaders.
Case study materials include:
- Learners’ and facilitator’s guides in PDF format
- 20-minute video
Get the case study
We offer these materials free of charge, in exchange for your response to a short survey about your role/position and how you plan to use the case study. We won’t give this information to anyone else or use it to sell anything to you. However, we would like to follow up with you later to get your impressions of the case.
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Community economics • Leadership and civic engagement • Tourism
Extension educators work in communities with partners throughout Minnesota. Contact us for consultation, guidance and conversation about your community.