In politics, unlike in life, it's usually a good idea to have an identified enemy: it helps to identify you.
If you're an archetype, or a caricature. Real life is less Lord of the Rings, however, and more Game of Thrones.
And there are no Supermen from above, on a mountain top or in an ivory tower.
The secret of leadership isn't being a superhero; it's about building communities of engagement. They, not you, will build that world.
To dominate, have an enemy. Live in silos, tear others down.
To be a leader, have a vision. Be the bridge between that vision and the people around you. Believe in both.
It's that simple.