Why are we attracted to leaders? Does this attraction have universal origins or is it culture-bound? Why and how are certain concepts and myths regarding leaders generated? Analysing the psychology of followers, this unique book explores these important questions. Micha Popper expertly offers new and surprising insights regarding the leadership phemen whilst providing relevant examples. This inspiring book posits that followers are the key to understanding the leadership phemen. It analyses leader-follower dynamics in social and organizational settings and in politics which will strongly appeal to students of social psychology, sociology, management and political sciences. The book provides examples and in-depth analyses of 'the psychology of followership in everyday life' and will therefore prove invaluable for managers. A special emphasis is given to leader-follower dynamics at various levels of organizational life.