Leader and followers are both following the invisible leader-the common purpose.
There are three ways of dealing with difference: domination, compromise, and integration. By domination only one side gets what it wants; by compromise neither side gets what it wants; by integration we find a way by which both sides may get what they wish.
The insight to see possible new paths, the courage to try them, the judgment to measure results-these are the qualities of a leader.
That is always our problem, not how to get control of people, but how all together we can get control of a situation.
It is not opposition but indifference which separates men.
Most people are not for or against anything; the first object of getting people together is to make them respond somehow, to overcome inertia.