Really look deep into yourselves for this answer. There are individuals who demonstrate leadership skills when in subordinate positions, but for whom applying the same level of leadership traits when they are in an absolute leadership role escapes them. So too are there people who prefer to remain in secondary roles, only to emerge as the go to person when the chips are down. Under this paradigm are you really a leader, or a follower?
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I too prefer to hunt alone.
Me also. But at work, I either was a leader overtly as a supervisor or covertly when I was a subordinate.I DO NOT follow, I tend to go on my own tangent.As a child,I was called hardheaded.No, following is NOT my style.I REFUST to give MY power AWAY.
You articulated your particular example quite well. I would venture to say that you are in fact a select leader. Even though you find harmony in doing things on your own, when need be you do not hesitate to assume the role of a leader.