Leadership has always been closely associated with unique, strong individuals. Even today, leadership and leaders tend to be equated with each other. But is this association necessarily valid, and is it possible to transcend this vision? Is it possible to move beyond the close association between leadership and single leaders? In line with a growing number of researchers, we suggest that the answer to the second question is a resounding yes. The central aim of the present chapter will therefore be to explore ways to conceive of leadership beyond traditional unitary models.