Flawless leadership would likely make for some rather dull adventure stories, but that's comics..
D@N, who would you prefer seeing as the leader of the X-Men?
And the issue of leadership, or quality of leadership, has been a crucial aspect to so many of Bendis' tales. So much of his Avengers run centered around critical leadership failures by Stark, Cap, Clint, Cage, Osborn, et cetera. I imagine something similar will show itself in his X-Men work as well. Mostly because it makes for compelling tales. Comparing all this to Shakespeare, is silly, I know, but think of how dull Hamlet would have been had Hamlet himself had made only good decisions throughout the play...
Are we even thinking of the same play?
But whatever, I'm not claiming to be a scholar of these things. I've only read the plays and seen them performed once or twice.
The point that I was trying to make that being conflicted, not being perfect and having flaws is what makes characters like Storm or Cyclops or whomever interesting. It would be rather dull if any of these characters proved ideal, flawless leaders.