Go easy on her. My sister was like your daughter at age 5. She had a cadre of minions who would (much to my amazement) follow her orders; and order them around, she did! I, being the wise big sister, used to advise my lil' sis not to be so bossy if she wanted any friends. She ignored my advice, as most little sisters do, and always had plenty of friends.
45 years later, my sister will soon retire from the Army, where she has had a distinguished career. I would never have imagined she would do well in the military, because she was rather sassy toward our parents and "uppity" in general. In college, she decided to enter Army ROTC (reserve officer training corps), and she just thrived.
So, like I said, go easy on your daughter. She'll make friends, albeit friends who prefer to be followers. Encourage her athletic interests while keeping them well-rounded. Take her camping and teach her all about knots, plants, insects, and wherever her interests naturally lead. Enroll her in Aikido, where she can learn the art of nonviolently diffusing aggression. She may grow up to defend you and your family, and possibly excel in a military career.