Charisma is what is naturally valued most by humans, typically. Like cults that pop up around one charismatic leader. It doesn't matter how full of shit s/he is or even if s/he asks the followers to kill themselves--s/he has charisma, personal magnatism, so they follow.
I was thinking. My dad always calls me a "leader". But really, I'm just stubborn and dislike people being in control of me. I don't have charisma. I have force of will. But my best friend I grew up with had something. He was quiet. But when he spoke, everyone in our group shut up and listened. He wasn't popular at school though, so it's not charisma. And he was insecure and cowardly. But he had *something* to where everyone paid attention to him when he talked.
So what was it that he had? I can't figure it out.
In any case, what do you think the most important qualities are in a leader? Either in a social setting or business setting or anything else, generally or specifically.
Most Helpful Girl
Winston ChurchHill is a great example of a leader, he is my inspiration for leadership examples1
Most Helpful Guy
A good leader knows how best to motivate and utilize his subordinates to achieve a goal. Technically, anyone in a position of authority is a leader. It's not easy to be a leader because you have to balance your personality and force. In away you have to push people toward a general direction as a leader.2