Who's In the Lead?
It is in a project manager's best interest to employ their various talents to improve each project team member's concept of their own of self-awareness, the ability to manage their emotions, and skills of self-motivation to the point where little leadership is actually required in a project. But the role of the leader is predominantly more short term - focused on accomplishing the immediate tasks before them. Those leaders that have the good fortune to build lasting team relationships - either through long-term project timeframes or by oft repeated project collaborations - have the potential to expand those aptitudes. A good leader is also a good teacher, but in the real world of tight schedules and stringent workplace demands, there is not much room for soft skill training.