This principle has largely been underestimated, it has been grossly misappropriated. It is the essence of leadership, there can in fact be no leadership without people. Leadership is a call to service, it’s the honour of setting aside, ones own self and the commitment to the development and grooming of people. True leadership doesn’t make followers, it makes new leaders. Leaders do not just tell us the way they show it! Human interaction as the bedrock of leadership cannot be overstated. Mastering human relationships and learning how to get along with people is the dogma and pedagogy of leadership.
Too many dashed hopes, too many failed promises, words like bubbles, without substance fading into thin air, we are fast loosing trust in leadership. Too many leaders, very little followers, so many portfolios very little responsibility. What differentiates leaders in organizations, in societies and in countries has remained one factor throughout history. This one factor has shaped individual lives and societies, started and ended wars, affected world trade and economy and ultimately determined the fate of nations. LEADERSHIP IN PERSPECTIVE From the legendary Theodore Roosevelt to Abraham Lincoln and the famous Martin Luther king Jr. and several leaders who bridged