My sister is newer to climbing and had not led a climb outdoors before this trip. Here she is on her first lead, a 5.8 face.
She didn't finish it, but wanted so badly to finished a lead that day, so we found an easier 5.7 blocky route. She made it 2 clips, then freaked out because the bolts were 10' apart. If you fall 10' above a bolt, that usually results in a 25ft fall due to the static fall distance plus rope stretch.
So I got on the route, and set the quick draws for her.
I also draped the climb in alpine draws (the longer slings hanging from every bolt), which reduced the distance between clips by a couple of feet, giving her some added security.
Sadly she still didn't finish the route.