Leadership is one of the most difficult subjects in the history of mankind. How do we teach people leadership? What is the best leadership style? By whose standards has that style been measured? From the President of the United States to the Ayatollahs, from the most learned professors to the dull and ignorant, from Harvard to Cambridge, from Cape Town to Cairo, from the most developed fine cities to the jungles of the Amazon forest. Nobody has is all packed in his or her head. Nobody can really claim that he or she is a leader. Leadership can only be learned by watching over the shoulders of those who are experienced in a particular field. We have fine fathers who failed to produce good sons. We have fine CEO''s who failed to restructure their own companies when the recession hits. We have fine pastors whose daughters are prostitutes. We have fine priests who sodomise innocent boys in broad daylight. We look up to them for leadership and wisdom. What can they teach us? When they themselves are rotten to the bone. What can they teach when they are corrupt to the core? Therefore, the world has a leadership dearth.