According to Ralph's interaction with the boys on the island, he respects them and tries to make friends with all of them. it is what makes Ralph a good chief as well. he has the ability to listen. it plays along the whole idea of Ralph being the good and most civil one. the one who doesn't become something darker. it foreshadows this through his relationship with other. "Ralph explains kindly" when one of the boys is worried about the beast. Ralph assures him but he does it kindly. Ralph is a selfless leader who is focused on the essential elements of survival and rescue, as he constantly reminds the boys of the importance of maintaining a signal fire.
Both Ralph and Jack are charismatic and use their charisma to persuade others to follow them. Both wants to get their own way. They both wants to be leaders, but in different ways.They are both leaders who are good at bringing the boys together.They both have the ability to rally the boys and convince them to follow their rulesBoth wants to implement rules on the island.
Jack is not like Ralph. He is rude and doesn't work well with those who think they know things more than he does. "you're talking too much." "shut up fatty." Jack mocks those who are weaker than he is. He uses their weakness to his advantage. Jack is a bully type of person. he won't listen and is very impatient and wants to be the only one in charge. He only wants to control the boys and punishes them if they don't listen to him.