Definition of leadership:
No. The thing was planned by his supporters, as he told you last night, to make sure of his leadership being secure at a time when, owing to the Emperor's illness, it seemed that the hour was at hand for the Patriots' cause to be proclaimed.- "By Wit of Woman", Arthur W. Marchmont.
And when the boy's mood and look were calmer, Arthur bent over him and gave him, with a voice that must shake, the news of his Military Cross- for 'brilliant leadership and conspicuous courage' in the bit of 'observation work' that had cost him his life.- "Elizabeth's Campaign", Mrs. Humphrey Ward.
- "John and Betty's History Visit", Margaret Williamson.