Attributes of the leader fall into three categories: mental, physical, and emotional. Effective leaders must be able to bear frustration and pressure. Overall, they must be well-adjusted and have the emotional maturity to deal with anything they are required to face. This emotional maturity or stability qualities indicates very good quality of a leader.
Effective leaders are times spirited and crucial and usually enjoy overcoming obstacles. They are confident in their thinking style as well as their positive attitude in dealing with others. They dominate other by showing their capability in every respective area. Leaders are very enthusiastic. They are frequently seen as energetic, expressive, and active. They are often very hopeful, confident and open to change. They are generally fast and watchful and tend to be not reserved.
Effective leaders are always conquered by a sense of responsibility and tend to be very demanding in nature. They usually have a very high standard of excellence and an inward desire to do one's most excellent. They also have a need for order and tend to be very ascetic. Leaders used to be spontaneous risk-takers. They are usually communally or socially aggressive and generally thick-skinned. They are responsive to others and tend to be high in emotional stamina.
Effective leaders are very practical, logical, and straightforward. They often are low in sentimental attachments and comfortable with criticism. They are usually not sensitive to hardship and overall, are very balanced. Self-assurance, self-confidence and resiliency are common and very useful traits among leaders. Leaders are tend to be free of guilt and have little requirement for approval. They are usually secure and free from guilt and are more often than not unaffected by prior mistakes or failures. They were found to be controlled and very precise in their social connections. They were very protective of their honesty, integrity, reputation and consequently tended to be socially aware and careful, abundant in foresight, and very careful when taking decisions or determining specific actions.
The effective leader tells the people what needs to be done and how to perform it without getting their suggestion or ideas to achieve the organization targets.