In college I was a resident assistant. The Housing department took their job (and ours) very seriously. As a mandatory RA requirement, we were forced to take a 3 hour course on leadership - specifically relating to our jobs. The course was mainly centered around personal development and the different styles of leadership. Occasionally, we would perform activities focused on our own communities which was useful, but for the most part, the class was a joke.
I came to realize just how many of the resident assistants surrounding me thought of themselves as some sort of enlightened advisers, sporting 'holier-than-thou', third-level mentalities. The class concluded with the lesson "Leadership can't be defined, everyone's a leader!"