So it's been a question on this forum about whether ENFPs are leaders or not. The answer being that we don't really feel the need to be, but we differ in whether we find ourselves in that position or not, and in what context.
However, what is your actual leadership style when you do find yourself in the position?
I think some of mine comes from being raised in England, and then some of the role models I had growing up (a lot of whom were British historical figures)- where I believe strong leadership is non-chalant. The second that people sense you are "trying to lead" or have any vague sniff that this crosses your thought process, you immediately become less effective as a leader. A huge part of being a leader is being able to be yourself in other words. For example- Some of the things that make me up are the fact I like to analyse things and probably have a strong mind for it, I feel comfortable and generous in being the first person to sacrifice for someone else for the good of the group dynamic (I honestly couldn't care less, if someone takes advantage once I just make a mental note that I gave them that one testing chance)- though my Te will quickly sniff out whether this was a good move, and the fact that I genuinely like people and am a strong extrovert, and so it's enjoyable to me to facilitate others' succeeding.
I do also believe that a strong awareness of power-social dynamics within groups is absolutely key, as well as an understanding of different types of personalities of course. It's up to you how you choose to use that awareness, but it has to be there.