Introverts Think Deeply
Thinking is a trait of most leaders, introvert leaders go one step ahead. They can sit alone, thinking of their work, devising new concepts, finding loopholes. Ability to think deeply reflects in their leadership when they dig deep into every issue, delve into problems, and find proper solutions.
Introverts are Humble
Power is an intoxicating mistress, and in general, leaders tend to be a little haughty. Introverts however, are modest by nature. The ability to show egoism and self-importance is not their trait. Naturally, they tend to be humble leaders, at least, compared to those who are seemingly extroverted.
They let their action do the talking, and have a strangely magical style of getting things done that influences and inspires people. They radiate power and security, and have a strong focus. No fake assurances - everything is genuine.
Introverts Have a Cool Head
In adversity, everyone turns to the leader. Hence, it is imperative that a good leader handles problems with ease, maturity, and a calming demeanor. Introverts do not panic when faced with any issue. They are not loud reactors - they sit and think calmly, and exhibit a reassuring attitude.
Introverts are also great followers. They respect and follow the ideas of their peers. If one of their followers has a better idea, they willingly step back and give them a chance to offer suggestions. They have empathy towards their seniors and subordinates.
They can manage uncertain situations, take time to think, and are extremely prudent. Thus, they are brilliant decision-makers. They do not decide anything in a hurry, but ponder over the problem, find an optimized solution, and then take a well-informed decision.