What makes a good leader?

Question from the Internet:

“What makes a good leader? What makes a bad leader?”

A good leader is one that does not want to lead, does not want to be above others but others choose him/her due to one’s unique, positive qualities making one the best candidate.

A good leader does not make “great speeches”, does not promise anything, does not scare others, but simply, practically shows a positive example, showing others in practice what and how to do.

In the globally integrated and interdependent world, a good leader does not lead individually, grabbing all the decisions, building one’s own legacy while removing others that might ‘shadow” the leader’s brightness.

Instead, a good leader understands what an integral world needs and creates a positive, purposeful, mutually supportive, mutually complementing team that can efficiently analyze problems and comes to collective, composite decisions, solutions — by that also showing the example to others how only such collective, teamwork can be successful in a world where we are all interconnected and depend on each other.