J.W. Gardner in his research proposes that leaders are multifaceted; they possess profound strength and may also possess significant weaknesses. However, it is the ability of the leader to make a sound decision that determines whether he is a strong leader or not. If he is able to make good decisions, all his other weaknesses will be disregarded. Zenger and Folkman’s studies correspond with this, they propose that it is not the absence of weaknesses that make a great leader but rather the presence of a few great strengths.