So what I'm thinking is Fe is a collection of judgments along the lines of "this is right; that is wrong". They provide for a structured appreciation of the outer world. Since these are judgments for and about the outer world, questions of how, whether and/or when these judgments are followed are questions of action: doing the right thing, going the wrong way, indicating by your action that you feel this other thing, and so on.
Leadership then is a matter of indicating where the forms and paths are and how to perform them.
Perhaps then, true leadership lies in discovering and making available the best paths for the right person in the right context.
I'm recalling too onemoretime's point about Fe being contextual and I'm wondering if there is not a more accurate characterisation of "true leadership".
I'm also NOT ruling out the possibility that Fe judgments will suit a person preferring Fi, but I do note that if one naturally orients outward for the signs and signals and actual location of feeling, then you're in a better position to feel positive reward in accommodating the forms and paths.
And I'm thinking what we seem to be
trollingcalling fakeness is most apparent in those times when Fe people are overriding the feelings of the moment, the better to build these larger paths and forms.