The dispute whether the leadership is characteristic of a person is born with or it can be developed through professional experiences, training or monitoring is very arguable. Moreover, it is very difficult to answer if genes direct our potential leadership skills or we as a human beings responsible for generating and improving our ability to lead. A leader is any individual who influences others to achieve goals (Sullivan & Decker, 2005). Moreover, key to the leadership experience is the ability to create vision, explain purpose, and move the organization/team forward to achieve outcomes (Kouzes & Posner, 2002). In my personal opinion, most leadership skills can be build on by an individual through hard work, monitoring, training and life experience.
What makes a good leader
In order to explain if leaders are born or developed, it is necessary to make a clear sense of what qualities should have a real leader or what makes a good leader. Moreover, it should be mentioned that all leaders are different because they leads in their own sphere. That’s why such historical and current leaders styles as Mother Teresa, Steve Jobs, Napoleon Bonaparte, Barrack Obama, Mahatma Gandhi is completely different. However, their way of leading a people is almost the same. They all achieved results, by having a such leadership qualities as handy knowledge, smart strategic techniques, life experience, ability to make a vision, manage a people and win their trust. Moreover, they all have a power of perceiving people of what they have to do, which means ability to use their good communication skills. Furthermore, leaders should not only direct people, but also practice it himself or herself. As an example, Napoleon Bonaparte was often doing the things during a battle that...