In this chapter, the authors look at a subset of leaders who can be said to genuinely have the interests of the followers at heart, and priorities followers’ needs over their own; most of the tim. Religious faith has been and continues to be important for both individuals and societies, and religious organisations require leadership just like any other. Just as the Boucicauts helped middle-class French households improve their standard of living and their social status, two American entrepreneurs helped black women at a time when black Americans were striving for great recognition. Established elites try to collect political power at the expense of their followers, as in the case of Lord Salisbury, but they also maintain the social status quo, often refusing to concede power or privilege to followers unless forced to do so. Political leaders appointed to task are to help their followers achieve their political aspirations.