A common way to answer the question “What makes a leader to remain a leader?” requires the identification of certain qualities that make an individual a leader.
A substantial number of evidential and opined literature lists those leadership qualities that can be achieved, if not inherited, through training and experience.
The purpose of this article is to identify two very fundamental aspects of a leadership venture, the loss of which might cause a leader to suffer the loss of leadership mandate.
A leader holds certain authority or power to execute or lead his/her manifesto. Without any power...