Integrity is the attachment to morals and good principles. Leadership is the action of leading a group of people. A good leader has integrity and will do what they think is best for the people they are leading. A bad leader is someone who abuses power and does not have good values. Without integrity there would be no such thing as good leadership because with leadership you must have good morals and values. Values that make a good leader can a part of any person who wants to have them. Integrity could even come from a homeless man on the streets or a CEO of a multi-million dollar company, either way they can all have integrity if they wanted to. A good leader is someone who has integrity. A good leader has great values. People will follow someone they think is honest. You need to know where you're going and have a strong stated mission to lead people on. You have to have strong focus and stay the course. You must have passion for what you're doing. Live, breathe, eat and sleep your mission. Respect and not playing favorites with people and treating all people no matter what station in life, what class or what rank in the org chart the same. You must have excellent persuasion abilities to be someone others will follow and trust in you. People have to believe in you and your credibility. Image is everything and the belief people have in you, your product, your mission, your facts or your reputation are key to being a great leader. You have to persuade people of this, it doesn't just happen. If you don't believe in yourself, no one will. I hear leaders worrying that if they show too much confidence, others will think them as arrogant. The reality is people want to know your strengths and weaknesses. Having the confidence to say "I don't know" is a powerful skill. Clarity is also important. Confidence is gained by becoming really, really clear about whom you are and what is most important to you. New leaders fail when they try to become all things to all people, or try to do too much out of their area of excellence. Clarity helps you say "yes" to the right things and "no" to the wrong things. Care is the strongest, most effective leaders I've met, care not just about himself and his success, but about the people in his team and the people impacted by it. Plus, they show they care through their words and actions, even proving how they care. For a good leader it also takes care of himself and his family by taking unplugged vacations and continuing their own wants and desires. Care shouldn't be a four-letter word in our workplace today and the best leaders know it. If every leader had these traits like many people I know in my life, they would among one of the best leaders in the world.