They sacrifice personal gain for others and do what they preach. Namely these are few attributes of a Transformational Leader. However, Pseudo-Transformational leaders knowingly focus their followers on fantasies rather than visions. A difference between the two lies in the values for which they are idealized. For instance, the Transformational leader calls for universal brotherhood; the Pseudo highlights false "we-theyaE differences in values and argues that "weaE have inherently good values and "theyaE do not. (Bass) In effect, idealized influence can be recognized within a main character in Henry Fonda's 1957 film "Twelve Angry MenaE. This film displays the importance of leaders and their capabilities. Accordingly, Juror 8 stood out significantly in this film, specifically in the beginning when he was the only one to vote "not guiltyaE. At this point, he was not sure if the kid was guilty or not, but he immediately found reasons to believe that he was not guilty. Particularly, he was astonished with the fact that the other 11 juror's, without delay, voted "guiltyaE.
"It's not easy to raise my hand and send a boy off to die without talking about it first...We're talking about somebody's life here. We