Follow the Leader (with a Twist)

The tribe forms a circle with chairs fairly close together. A person is chosen as "it" and leaves the room. While gone, the group decides upon a person to be the leader. The leader then begins making body motions (such as slapping hands on knees, moving head up and down, stomping feet, etc…) and the person who is "it" is brought back to the room. The leader must then change the motions every 10 seconds and the group must follow. The idea is for "it" to find out who is the leader and starting the change of motion. The group should be careful not to give away the leader by looking directly at him/her, but rather should look out of the corner of their eye or watch someone across from them who is watching the leader. "It" has one guess for the leader each time the motion changes.