Great leadership is situational
I can go with this one http://www.growthbusiness.co.uk/entrepreneurs/441911/qualities-of-great-leaders.thtml
" • Telling it like it is. The people who follow you deserve to know what’s going on and will do a better job with the facts at hand. Vision is everything; your team members need to know where they are heading.
• Getting something done – fast. Short-term victories can bolster employee resolve. Celebrate these wins and show people that you appreciate their efforts. Make quick decisions – even if they are occasionally wrong!
• Making change exciting. Build on short-term gains to help guide employees through change. Once a foundation of trust has been laid, you can distinguish between good ideas that didn’t pan out and those that were ill-conceived. As the saying goes: ‘try to catch someone doing something right’.
• Taking risks on people. Focus on getting the right people, but encourage all your employees to go beyond past achievements. Always persuade people to do more – and to be more – than they ever thought possible. "