Generally speaking, the minimum requirement for being a ‘leader’ is to hold a significant position in a group, organization, or location. However, not all leaders grow to be effective in their roles. Positions and titles may allow anyone to lead, but these can never bestow leadership at all.
Successful leadership is not really about roles and power; it is more about one’s skills and attitudes that naturally draw people to follow them.
Here are the 11 key leadership strengths that great leaders possess:
1. They Exhibit Confidence.
Great leaders exhibit confidence and assertiveness as they step up and take charge. They are positive, bold, firm, and authoritative in their actions and decisions; they accept challenges with courage and determination. As a result, they easily attract people to respect and follow them.
On the other hand, leaders with poor self-confidence often struggle to…