There are many factors that promote successful leadership and I will discuss five of them here. An effective leader is the key to successful business, whether it's offline or online.
The first characteristics of active leadership are empathy, understanding and analysis of the feelings, positions and goals of another person. Showing such sympathy, even in difficult situations, will work you kudos with staff. If a conflict occurs, a good leader can have both sides while negotiating a good solution. Your staff will work much better with you when you show compassion.
Secondly, the successful leader shows a solid decision and resolve, never depart despite obstacles. In parallel with positive attitude, this can turn into almost impossible situations, so that others can see the brighter picture and continue with the project that is present and keep a conclusion in mind.
Third, one must be able to relinquish the situation and report it from distance. The most successful leader is calm and compassionate in the face of turmoil and uncertainty. This stability, like rocking, gives a certain character and offers peace of mind to others who may be mindless in that turmoil.
Fourth, the leader must have excellent communication skills. He must be happy to run meetings and presentations. His presentation skills must be excellent and be able to convey the exact essence of the subject and can handle ambiguity before coming up. Such communication skills must be learned along the way to be a good leader or manager.
Finally, an effective leader needs to be smart enough to find the resources that are needed. Not every leader will have more knowledge of the subject, but he will be able to turn to the people in knowledge and gather all the necessary resources as needed.
I have discussed five important features of successful leaders. While there are many more characteristics of active leadership, I think these are five important factors that must be learned from those who want to become a great leader. These qualities can be learned by someone, whether they are now successful leaders or not, but this is not something you learn at school.
And then I close this with a quote from John F. Kennedy
"Leadership and learning are indispensable to each other."