it is difficult to judge a leader
Apparently, it is easy to observe something but difficult to put it into practical. However, is it easy to make an appropriate judgment of a leader's behavior? Followers may usually become puzzled and angry about their boss. Possible they would say if I were a boss, I would do¡, I would do in this way¡and they believe so. Once they turned out to be leaders, will they act as what they promised before? Probably, no. This situation is popular even though in schools. For example, it is common to see students scolding their monitors and making assumptions about what is going on if they were monitors. When they become monitors, they start doing what they complained before. Leaders should consider much more things than followers do so they have different perspectives from followers. For instance, a leader is to blame for his unfair treating towards a follower or a group of followers, is the leader really unfair or he wants to create a wider scope of fairness. It is possible that he knows he is doing something wrong to those followers, but maybe a more serious problems would come up if he insist on fairness Also, it is impossible for the leader to do so even if followers deem it as easy as lifting a finger. So, no one can give a proper assessment of a leader unless judgers can totally understand the leader.