I recently picked up a copy of the book "Relax, It's Only Uncertainty: Lead the Way When the Way Is Changing" by Hodgson and White and found it to be a terrific read. It describes a set of skills called "enablers" which help one embrace ambiguity and uncertainty; while another set of "anti-skills" called "disablers" are negative behavior patterns that get in the way. A real leader should be able to embrace ambiguity - be able to admit it and deal with it. The Enablers are
and the disablers are:
The book has interesting case studies on the above topics and some nice quotations as well. Great read to understand leadership behavior.