Two different kings

In chessboard, the army moves to capture the opponent’s pieces. When the opponent’s king is checkmated, the game is over. The ranks from the lowest to the highest in the army die to protect the king. This contradicts the rules of true leadership where the king, namely the leader should frontline the battle and strive to face the danger for his people. Two different kings, one sits back and relax and the other one is at the forefront. Most businesses apply the rules of chessboard where leaders sit back and sacrifice the whole organization to stay in power.

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