How would you reply to this?
You suggested that all leadership characteristics are important but the one you highlighted the most is “cognitive ability” or social intelligence. This is a trait of the 21st century’s leadership that is being promoted rigorously in today’s organizations. With that said, while this trait is very beneficial for a good connection between the leaders and followers, how do you believe leaders could establish a boundary where he or she does not become a social media kind of leader where EVERY problem, be it professional or personal, gets attention and thus pulling the leader into the realm of only focusing on resolving social problems vs. completing tasks. What strategies could you think of that would help a leader to quickly discern the issues worth the effort investing into without losing the focus of completing the tasks and reaching the goals?