Is a leader someone who can't see his/her servants or advisors point of view, or does he/she become too power hungry? If he/she doesn't abide by the natural laws of leadership, what rights do citizens of a particular nation or country have to make reforms? This is a basic overall question of natural selection within a hierarchy, not a particular nation from either ancient or modern events. All feedback is welcome, and please Elaborate, thank you.
The leader of what would need to be my first question.
Some leaders have made a success out of understanding the company from the floor up, some countries have leaders that got their position by force of arms, some countries states and municipalities have leaders that were voted in by the public, in which case they get what they vote for and must take responsibility for who they elected as leader.
A real leader empowers those around him and has a vision that he is passionate about and is able to arouse passion in others to assist in attaining that vision.
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