We may have come across a picture of a “boss” directing his people to pull the cart
he is sitting on, beside the picture of a “leader,” in front of his entireteam, pulling the cart as well. In this modern day and age, the term “leadership” has been redefined — from being the head and the stereotypical “do this or do that” into being the guy that everyone can count on, which is better although there are disadvantages, too. Today, most agree that the model leader is that guy who is ready to get his hands dirty to help and teach his subordinates the proper way to do it (assuming, of course, that the leader does know more). But where did this idea come from? Quite probably it came from down under — among the followers.