Therefore a question is not about charisma but rather what kind of personality has a good leader. Are the leaders' values hidden within coaching or soft approach as searching for ‘an abandoned heart’ or the against-ego kind? Being stubborn is also an example of egoism and should a leader be stubborn or be bendable? Does knowing a lot of people help in leadership and how? Is being a leader a personality issue or rather profession? How can one become aware what is appropriate leadership with such different morals?
My opinion is that a good leader understands equally the processes in the team, as well as the fact that leadership does not require the application of force or pressure because a leader trusts his people. A leader knows what is right and what is wrong. Whereas charisma can be confused with goodness as in some historic villains known for their allure Hitler, Mussolini.