Humans evolved as social beings. Our ancestor from antiquity used to live in groups. Group offered protection and cooperation in hunting, gathering and sharing food to make group membership attractive to the individual human beings of hunter-gatherer epoch. The group dynamics suggest that some form of coordination may benefit group activities and that beneficial coordination comes with leadership. Research shows that groups with leaders generally do better than groups without a leader.
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