Tidjane is the first African leader on the list. He seems to be quite an intelligent person who is open to changes in how things should be done. Specifically he was involved in politics in Africa and then realised that his voice is important decided to go and lead Prudential in the UK which is a private sector firm. He thinks that having this privilage it has allowed his voice to be heard. I find that this based on this recognition that it does resonate on me in that I acknowledge that as a leader it is important to have a voice that can be heard. This is something that hasn't crossed my mind before but it is true. I believe this also relates to what Walter was once saying before about why some leaders are so great, i.e. they have a strong voice and strong character. Based on this it would be rather shameful if it all went to waste or so I think.