The theory of Deliberative Democracy has been present in political science for many years and since that has developed to one of the leading ideas for enhancing democratic systems. However, it still looks better in theory than in practice. One of the biggest gaps in it can be found when it comes to implement political leadership into it. What initially seems as two, mutually exclusive phenomena, becomes reconciled in this book as not only possible, but even necessary combination. Enclosing this theoretical gap with a suitable leadership model is a necessary step towards further implementation of deliberative politics in practice.