The following qualities cannot be taught. But with effort & introspection, one can learn them:

  1. Character (the mental or moral qualities distinctive to an individual )
  2. Leadership (the art of motivating a group of people) (is about developing people and helping others reach their full potential. It’s about equipping others with the right tools and strategies not only to maximise the success of an organisation but also the lives of individuals.)(qualities include clarity, decisiveness, courage, passion, humility) The best leaders put most of their time and energy into helping other people be more successful, by making connections, giving feedback, and providing the resources they need.
  3. Delegation & team-building
  4. Art of Conversation (includes open-ended questions)
  5. Sense of humour
  6. Prudence: also described as wisdom, the ability to judge between actions with regard to appropriate actions at a given time
  7. Justice: also considered as fairness, the most extensive and most important virtue; the Greek word also having the meaning righteousness
  8. Temperance: also known as restraint, the practice of self-control, abstention, discretion, and moderation
  9. Courage: also termed fortitude, forbearance, strength, endurance, and the ability to confront fear, uncertainty, and intimidation