The interpersonal domain of one of the domains used in instructional design. The other three are cognitive, affective and psychomotor domains.
It seems that because leadership is interpersonal that this domain applies well.
|Seeking or giving information||Asking for or giving explanations, facts, or other supplemental information from or to other individuals|
|Proposing||To formally put forward an idea|
|Building and Supporting||To further a project as a member of a team; to provide positive feedback; to assist another person toward accomplishing a collective goal|
|Shutting out or Bringing in||Excluding or involving members of a group or team in the exchange of ideas both verbal and written|
|Disagreeing||Having a contradictory opinion|
|Summarizing||To provide an abbreviated version of the original content|