• Leader and followers are both following the invisible leader - the common purpose. The best executives put this common purpose clearly before their group. While leadership depends on depth of conviction and the power coming therefrom there must also be the ability to share that conviction with others, the ability to make purpose articulate. And then that common purpose becomes the leader.

    Mary Parker Follett (2013). “Freedom and Co-ordination (RLE: Organizations): Lectures in Business Organization”, p.55, Routledge