Throughout our social development in each group of people, however small it may be, leadership behaviours (or sum of behaviours) arise naturally and refer to any order of command, understanding that there will always be someone who assumes a role guide and motivator to ensure the development of activities.
In this sense, the Canadian expert in organizational communication, Brian Tracy* defines leadership as the ability to provoke extraordinary performance in others, this ability allows us to assume challenges that will be able to influence others through decision making that is no longer a mental process but that forces us to learn about prioritizing our interests and needs.
The one that makes effective and quality decisions possesses leadership capacities that include a portion of emotion and rationality. In some situations we withdraw from assuming the main role because we believe that the necessary conditions are not met or that we do not represent an authority figure to lead a team.
However, given that the leader is built in an internal process, it is necessary to confront the opportunities strategically and operatively in order to establish achievable objectives with specific times that create a powerful impact on your environment.