A person’s range of abilities makes up their skill-set. Leaders must use this range of abilities to assist in leading others.
A couple of facts to remember.
1) Every leader has a skill-set.
2) Some skill-sets are natural, while others are learned.
3) Leaders must constantly work to develop, maintain, and grow their skill-set.
4) The greater the skill-set, the greater potential for strong leadership.
A study of people who are men and women of faith, e.g. Hebrews 11, provides a great starting point for learning the skill-set(s) most helpful for leadership.
These type of leaders will encourage leadership development in others.