I agree in part
by Stephen blakemore
Great leaders do tend to have been affected by eductional, social and enviromental factors. these factors often impact on a wide variety of people, however, few find the inner determination to rise to the challenges laid before them in the same manner as the individuals that you would deem great leaders.
I believe there is a great deal of merit in the assumptions made by carlyle and also in this article.
In conclusion then it is my belief that great leaders occasionally have an instinct that fly's in the face of convention, they have the natural ability and charisma to express their ideas in such a way that it is not only persuasive but infectious. I further these traits can be found in people of all backgrounds and are traits they are born with. The social and economical environment of their upbringing and their educational background and aptitude play an equally crucial part in bringing great leaders to the fore.