There are intellectual qualities of a leader that are important to develop. Let's talk about these intellectual qualities of a leader very quickly, so let's break it the first dimension is mental agility. Being mentally agile requires us to be flexible in our ability to break our thought patterns. Most of us operate in a particular framework built over time, and we must not allow it to solidify but rather remain flexible. The reason it needs to be flexible is to anticipate and adapt to uncertainty because situations are ever-changing, and decisions and actions don't always produce the desired results. So you need to apply multiple perspectives and approaches as a result of a confluence of ideas through team input and brainstorming.
What about judgment? You must learn how to assess the situation and draw conclusions ethically. Most of us want to do the right thing; however, when there is a lot of pressure, we can do something out of character. So you need to be able to assess the strengths and weaknesses of your team members and yourself objectively to make the best plan and take the best course of action.
Innovation is an overused word today because everyone thinks they are innovative. Even I think I'm innovative when I am just creating a solution to a non-existing problem! Anyhow real innovation is the ability to introduce new ideas based on opportunities for challenging circumstances. On a rare occasion, you may create and produce ideas from brainstorming that is genuinely novel and appropriate to the situation.
Most of us don't have social intelligence high enough to be the next Tony Robbins. However, some of us, I mean, most of us need practice. We don't always say what's on our mind in the best way possible. We have to learn to be aware of other people's capacity to understand as we must understand their background and their method of communication using self-control and empathy. New paragraph
Are you an expert in your field? Let's be humble about it and always strive to become experts in our field while secretly believing ourselves to be. It never hurts to have self-confidence because that's what makes a strong leader; however, it is essential to understand there's always more to learn. You must continuously improve your knowledge and competence in different dimensions of your craft. You need to be able to draw and apply accurate, logical conclusions to various circumstances. How do you do this? More research, more learning, more certifications, more seminars, and more experimenting.