The leadership model is consisted of three levels of leadership. First level is called the public leadership and is describes as having an outer influence on a group of people. The second level is called private leadership. Being of a behavioral level in contrast with public leadership, this level focuses on influencing individuals one on one. Personal leadership is the third level of the leadership model that concerns the inner qualities of an individuals, such as traits, skills, moral obligations, standards, emotions and personal feelings towards something.
Private leadership focuses on the idea that within the group each person should be handled individually, as each member of the group is unique in terms of psycho-emotional picture, personal inner and external qualities. More precisely, according to the model the second level of private leadership has 14 distinct behaviors. According to Scouller, they are divided into individual purpose and task and individual building and maintenance (2011).
Individual purpose and task describe an individuals leadership skills in terms of setting the goals and their achievement, and being disciplined enough to follow the steps of trying to reach the goal. Individuals building and maintenance describes the behaviors of an individual, reviewing the performance of the person to help become their natural talents or skills become better through one on one interactions (Emerson, 2013).
In such a way, the leadership model helps to distinguish the terms “leader” and “leadership” by focusing on different aspects of the personal growth to enhance the skills of a leader. Private leadership, as a transitional level from outer to inner leadership aspects of an individual underlines that focusing on the self to maintain the greater picture is extremely impartant in a leader and leadership. Emerson writes that skills, attitude and perfectionism are the essential components for being a successful leader (2013).