The common misconception in a chapter is that the brother needs to be on the executive board to have an impact on the fraternity. While in most cases the most influential brother is on the executive board, and most likely the president, it isn’t always that way. Leaders don’t need a position to lead, they just need people who want to follow them. This is true in all organization to include fraternities.
Dealing with problem brothers is difficult with any fraternity leader. Fraternity leaders often expect their fellow brothers to hold themselves to a higher standard than the general student population. When that standard isn’t met it is up to the entire brotherhood to address the issue.