A great leader will mentor you through different positions and roles & allow you to develop yourself and understand that everyone has a role to play and a time and place for each. A world with too many Chiefs and no Indians will never prosper and move forward.
A pack (wolves): The first 3 are the older or sick and they set the pace of the group. If it was on the contrary, they would be left behind and lost contact with the pack. In ambush case they would be sacrificed. The following are the 5 strongest. In the center follow the remaining members of the pack, and at the end of the group follow the other 5 stronger. Last, alone, follows the alpha wolf. It controls everything from the rear. That position can control the whole group, decide the direction to follow and anticipate the attacks of opponents. The pack follows the rhythm of the elders and the head of the command that imposes the spirit of mutual help not leaving anyone behind.
..For the strength of the Pack is the Wolf, and the strength of the Wolf is the Pack…
The Law of the Jungle
(From The Jungle Book)
by Rudyard Kipling