In several interactions, young and aspiring managers keep asking me these questions? What makes someone a likeable leader? Is it charisma? courage? foresight? All of the above, none of the above, or a combination? If those questions had definitive answers, we wouldn’t spend so much time speculating what makes a leader truly great. The fact of the matter is that the qualities of a great leader depend on the organisation, the job, and, most importantly, the leader himself/herself.
Just because there’s no right answer for what makes a leader effective doesn’t mean that there aren’t certain qualities that lend themselves to valuable leadership. Whether it’s honesty or reliability, most great leaders should possess an uprightness and moral fiber that allows them to power through difficult situations.
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