Also generally, the “leader” in the HG society I know best (Kalahari Bushmen) is kind of an ad hoc thing - generally there’s no day-to-day management of group function, lots of stuff happens by group consensus after debate, and as such, it’s the best “politicians”, the well-liked people with the history of good ideas, who tend to get the group to do what they want. Not necessarily men, either. But for e.g. negotiating with the authorities or the like, it’s usually an older man, so I’d say a combination of experience and intelligence, not brawn, is what works for a leader. But mostly experience. This also goes for roles like hunt leader, the younger, stronger men definitely take their lead from the older guys.