He said to me, "Maybe what they can do is to minimize the games time and get into the main topic fast." It was a good feedback and I didn't realize the problem until he started to mention it. So I told him, 'Why don't you tell the committee about it.' He said that, 'I'm not a leader and I'm nobody.'
There are times when we are doubting 'Am I a Leader?’ Ken Blanchard & Phil Hodges in Lead like Jesus, definite leadership like this;
Leadership is a process of influence. Anytime you seek to influence the thinking, behavior, or development of people in their personal or professional lives, you are taking on the role of a leader.
Example of those who are engaged in an act of leadership; A mother with a child at any time of day, a husband and wife who seek mutual agreement on day-to-day finances, a local government official who takes an unpopular political stand based on principle etc.
Each of these people is a leader because he or she is affecting or influencing others, either in a positive or negative way. Everyone is a leader in some part of life. It doesn't need position, fame or title to become a leader, It's start (but not only) with the simple desire to serve. So the next question that we must asked is this, by recognizing that I am a leader, I must ask myself, '
Am I seeking to serve or to be served?'
That's the question of positive leadership.