But a good leader plans to do good, and those good things make him a good leader. (Isaiah 32:8 NCV)
A recognized good leader → Plans good things → Does good things → which makes that leader more recognizable, and on and on it goes.
A good leader has to make good plans and has to followthrough on those good plans in a good way. The leader may have started off with just the title of “leader” but the good followthrough on good plans will help that leader be recognized by others as a good leader.
That recognition of a leader by his/her teammates makes it that much easier the next time to make the good plans and then followthrough on them.
This is a virtuous cycle that pays dividends for everyone involved!