Dominant people are direct and blunt. They prefer fast-paced environments. Their ability to speak without hesitation gives them a sense of confidence in social settings.
They’re not shy about sharing their point of view, which can make them the more dominant voice in a given setting. Because they can shift from topic to topic and command the room with ease and are often looked to when there’s a decision to be made.
Since this assertiveness is combined with their desire for power and group influence, they're likely to be good leaders.