A teacher should poses good leadership skills in order to guide the students to learn in a skillful and experienced way. This usually requires a firm presence and a strong sense of purpose as well as patience and good humor. The Ivey business journal tells us that, “instead of looking for saviors, we should be looking for leaders who can move us to face the problems for which there are no simple painless solutions- the challenges that require us to learn new things”. Teachers should therefore guide the students in exploring new things and help them in coming with the right solutions themselves because students learn much more from first-hand experience in order to satisfy and feed their curiosities. In the process the teacher must also involve and expose the students to variety of activities and instill in them the love of learning new things since “A manager who leads orients people, not to the old procedures and role relationships, but to the realities that must drive the development of new role relationships and procedures” (Ivey business journal, 2003). Moreover, as it was written in 2010 by Gigs Gasper in the Philippines, “A good follower is always a good leader but great leaders did not follow, they created good leaders.” Thus, great teachers not only lead the students but work hard in the creation of other leaders.