For me, both leaders are sort of born and they can also be made, it really depends on how you define leadership. Some people believe that leaders are born with the necessary qualities that make them successful as a leader. While others believe that leadership, like many other similar characteristics, can be learned and developed through life. According to the “Great man theory” leaders are born based on the principle that leaders are exceptional people, born with innate qualities are destined to lead. Vital portion of leadership are really core parts of individuality. They say that leadership is an inborn capability, but the situation is not always like that, sometimes when a person belongs to a respective and powerful family the authority is just being passed down. The dilemma with the great man theory was not all inherited leader where competent to lead. Yes, they have all the traits and qualities of being a leader potential but that doesn’t guarantee that they are going to be an effective leader. Leadership is a bequest, it’s like a talent it may be evident but perhaps it should be enhanced. Anybody can also be a leader whether you have that natural ability or not. Leaders can be made, it’s just a matter of developing one’s ability and fostering is the key. We are all born with distinctive strengths to become great leaders and they are within us. Sometimes when we are faced with predicaments that are compelling, the leader in us comes out right before you know it. With proper pragmatic training, it is possible for people to learn how to be a leader, and I believe that almost anyone could be a leader if they chose to and would willingly pay the price of being one.