Social Qualifications - Example is much more potent than precept.
Moral Qualifications - A leader cannot allow a secret indulgence that would undermine public witness
Mental Qualifications - A leader must be prudent, a person with sound judgment...coming from daily self-discipline
Personality Qualifications - If you would rather pick a fight than solve a problem, do not consider leading the church. It can't be about money or position. Hospitality to all is common among shepherds
Domestic Qualifications - While a leader is caring for church and mission, he must not neglect the family, which is his primary and personal responsibility. The discharge of one duty in God's kingdom does not excuse us from another. There is time for every legitimate duty. Paul implies that a person's ability to lead at home is a strong indicator of his readiness to lead in ministry.