So we all know that when we think about great leaders the charismatic ones spring to mind but does that mean all leaders have to be charismatic?
Bruce in the article goes on to say that charisma is not an innate personality trait but can be learned as a skill and talks about being more playful.
I would say that true leaders can get people to understand and get behind their vision and some and do it in an unassuming way. To me the key is that they have a vision that they are passionate about and they can motivate people. Does that make them playful.....?
If you want to be more charismatic, be more playful. In almost every situation I can imagine - short of an all-out crisis - a bit of playfulness makes a person more charismatic.