A founder is someone who establishes something.
It could be a way of thinking, an organization, or a coffee club for cats.
Great leaders understand that, in some capacity, they are a founder.
A saviour is someone who saves something from danger.
When times become challenging, the pressure to be a saviour rises.
Society has inundated leaders with a romance of being the saviour.
The problem with being a saviour is that responsibility is no longer shared.
Saviour mentality rests on a presupposition: no one else can do this thing.
Founders remember that their job is not to do the thing.
Founders establish the means by which a thing can be done, and share responsibility.
Great leaders spend their time establishing rather than saving.
Coffee is better when savoured than it is as a saviour,