We can all learn invaluable lessons in leadership from the wolf pack:

The three in front are the old and sick. They walk at the front of the pack to set the pace for the community.

The next five are the strongest and protect the flanks from attack.

The next group are the healthy individuals and are fully protected from all sides.

The following five are also among the strongest of the pack and set to protect the rear.

And finally, the last guy is the LEADER. He keeps watch and ensures no one is left behind. He ensures the pack is a tight unit and everyone is on the same path. He has a commanding view and is ready to run in any direction to protect the entire pack and marshal his troops.

Being the leader of a wolf pack is not about being in front, it’s about taking care of the team.

What can we learn about this in business and family life?