describes emotional expression, self-confidence, self-determination and freedom from inner conflict.

Charismatic people are not stewards of the status quo. They seek stimulation, set idealized goals, and show a strong commitment to those goals.

People with a high degree of extraversion appear active, dominant and are socially energetic. They have high expectations and at the same time great trust in their comrades-in-arms, whom they direct with social competence and motivate to subordinate their own interests to the common mission.

Communicating a vision has been found in research to be as important as the vision itself. Charismatic people can share their vision, inspire others, and thereby attract passionate followers. Through adept communication at various levels - verbal and nonverbal - others can be persuaded to internalize and share the vision and the values it contains.