This chapter presents the difference between force field analysis and pulling factors analysis. The pulling factor analysis discusses about three sections that includes identifying the pulling factors; thinking about polarity, synergies between factor and exploring the potential factors to disrupt equilibrium and pull the leader off course force field. The force field analysis helps to understand a person's motives, values, needs, moods, goals, anxieties and ideals. The chapter examines how the different contexts with which the leaders operate and their interactions with others. It constitutes the environmental factors that impact their work and presents the fact that pulling factors are pulling in one way or another, as seen in the dialogues with leaders and presents the conversation between coach and John. Lewin's theory looks at the strength of forces that are helping the movement towards a certain goal. The pulling factors are an essential part of the decision-making process and force field analysis examines the fact that influences the situation.