Ronald Riggio, writing in Psychology Today, posits that the very question of whether leaders are made or born is “dangerous,” because .
Having those abilities alone does not result in organizational success.
The full quote came from Vince Lombardi, who said, “Leaders are made, they are not born.
They are made by hard effort, which is the price which all of us must pay to achieve any goal that is worthwhile.” He was talking about the need to work hard for success.
When employees are not proactive, extraverted managers lead them to higher profits.
“These proactive behaviors are especially important in a dynamic and uncertain economy, but because extraverted leaders like to be the center of attention, they tend to be threatened by employee proactivity,” Grant notes.
First, poverty is a growing concern in our country.
"Children aged 4 to 11 years, in poor families, were in worse health, more hyperactive, had poorer vocabulary and math scores, participated in few sports Team Dynamics. If you have the desire and will power, you can become an effective leader.
This is much more easy to learn therefore disproves the above statement.
Here I am going focus on behavioral leadership theories of 'Tannenbaum and Schmidt' and also 'Ouichi'.