This chapter describes the way in which the gravitational factors help leaders to remain grounded despite the organizational demands made on them. The contention of the gravitational factors includes psychological capital, virtues and character strengths which act as regulators and can help steer leaders when leaders face extreme challenge or organizational turbulence. The chapter highlights the ways in which gravitational factors can be challenged through coaching. The chapter begins by looking at the main gravitational factors and their development such as, explore the positive psychology concepts of hope, optimism, self-efficacy and resilience, which collectively form what has been termed "psychological capital" On discussion with virtues and strengths, the retroductive analysis should be consider as important processes in the quest for brave leadership. Resilience is described by Fred Luthans as the capacity to rebound or bounce back from adversity, conflict, failure, or even positive events, progress, and increased responsibility.