[Update: I've had to reverse the outcome of the table tennis match here.]
Imagine, if you don’t see this as too disrespectful, the Father and the Son playing table tennis. At the Olympics. In the finals. Now, the Father and the Son are both equally powerful, equally skillful…equal in every way. Therefore, Neither would be able to win. Not only would Each be able to return whatever lobby the Other sent Their way, They would know what Each Other would do in every situation. A deadlock. Except…
The Father is the head of the Son (1 Cor 11) and the Son brings glory to the Father (John 14) so the Son would forfeit the game so that the Father would win.
When the Father was on the podium, He would invite the Son to stand next to Him to share His glory with Him because the Father loves the Son. (John 17:24)
This is interesting when you compare the Christ/Church relationship. The Church submits to Christ and Christ glorifies the Church (Romans 8). Also with marriage. The husband is the head of the wife, the wife submits to the husband, the husband is to love the wife and by implication, glorify her (Ephesians 5).
So, the biblical pattern is, in terms of glory, the one submits and gives glory to the other; the other loves and gives glory to the one.
Love leads to glorifcation.
[Of course, beyond this simple framework, there is the fact that the Son is given the glory of the Father to glorify the Father (John 17:1), the Church is given the glory of Christ to glorify Christ (John 17:22, 10) and husbands...give glory to their wives? In many ways yes. In our culture husbands give their name, protection, provision etc. for the benefit of their wives and their wives honour and respect and give (and are called the) glory of the husband (Prov 31:23, 1 Cor 11:7). Oi, have to think that through a little...]