uncharismatic

uncharismatic

(ˌʌnˌkærɪzˈmætɪk)
adj
(of a person) not charismatic; lacking charisma; dull
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Instead, when Greeks went to the polls early this month, they discarded the charismatic Tsiprasand his leftist Syriza party in favor of the decidedly uncharismatic, technocratic center-right leader of the New Democracy party, KyriakosMitsotakis.
Instead, when Greeks went to the polls this month, they discarded the charismatic Tsipras and his leftist Syriza party in favor of the decidedly uncharismatic, technocratic center-right leader of the New Democracy party, Kyriakos Mitsotakis.
Rather than a collegial group of uncharismatic technocrats constrained by retirement rules, there is now a president-for-life with a budding personality cult, overseeing thought control by digital means including facial recognition and following the internet searches of its citizens.
As a previous Labour supporter, I hardly recognise the party with its extreme left views and uncharismatic leader - even Tony Blair's New Labour had direction, even if it was misguided.
Management consultant James Collins studied successful companies and found that the best leaders "were uncharismatic for the most part." A 2006 study by researchers from the University of Pittsburgh and Yale University found that "perceptions of CEO charisma were not associated with subsequent organizational performance."
Gemma is bad tempered and unkind, Sarah is compassionate, sociable, kind, conscientious and likeable, while Laura is unlikeable, uncharismatic and a bad teamplayer.
The research revealed that women named Laura are thought to be unlikeable, uncharismatic and bad team-players.
Keir Starmer is an uncharismatic performer - you would not choose him to launch a new iPhone to the world - and yet his diffidence this week was an asset.
Interestingly, the PML-N benches appeared subdued under the uncharismatic and lacklustre guardianship of Shahbaz Sharif.
The constructive achievements of the twentieth century were the work of completely uncharismatic people.
In the end, Hardman's incisive, detailed, and engaging biography reminds people that Louis was intelligent, a man of much integrity, who, though uncharismatic and indecisive, believed he was the protector of the French people who ultimately rejected him.