Leadership becomes rewarding and fulfilling more when fellowship is not by force.
Forcing people to follow brings about frustration and hypocrisy but influencing them to follow results in transparency.
Make people follow you by co-operation rather than by coercion.
It is highly dignifying when people follow willingly than forcefully.
However, it is by serving people around us that we influence them to follow.
The people whose life you touch will always give you their hand to lead them.
When you lead well, people will follow well.