The social good does not imply a collectivism, where all are, theoretically, owners of everything; but the ownership, possession and use are transformed into an abstraction for the people (the SXXI (sic) inherited from the Soviet Russia socialism). Not so for a usurpadora minority, which occupies the apex of the social pyramid (politics), where used and abused of the property and from there, manages the abundance and scarcity: the domain of men. (Similarly see: W.S. Badger). As in the plutocratic capitalism. Leaders need to know how to use new technologies; You will need to know, how to think in order to analyze and synthesize effectively the information they are receiving despite new technology; its dedication must follow focused on personal well-being. You know the leaders to guide people, not things, numbers or projects. They must be able to supply what people want to, in order to motivate those who are managing (ideally: those same people). They will have to develop their ability to listen to describe what people want. And they will have to deploy their skill of projecting both short-term and long-term, to retain a margin of competition. The leaders of modern times are actors in an environment highly changeable and uncertain (with much uncertainty), as well as of high expectations from his supporters, with respect to boosting innovation and performance through empathy and consensus, inasmuch as it is desirable (not by a majority or unanimously, because they are not always possible). In this context, the key to maintaining a positive leadership is in the quality of life of the society, has been developed from three major axes: physical well-being, emotional well-being and welfare with respect to material goods.