In an organization where a leader must lead other strong leaders, I question as to whether or not his best judgment produces the right way forward. In many cases, I believe that his best efforts produce a way forward. If he is a good leader, it might produce a good way forward. The point is not that the leader’s way is best, but rather that the leader’s direction is consistent. The principle job of the leader is to lead, not to make perfect decisions. There is something essential in the leading itself that contributes to the integrity of the whole.