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FIVE WAYS ADULTS HINDER YOUNG LEADERS

Five ways we break a young leader spirit. Poor listening and exclusion of their ideas: You could argue that poor listening skills and an exclusion of ideas would diminish the self-esteem and confidence of any child but it’s even more pronounced with young leaders. Leaders have a lot of opinions and ideas. That is one of their strengths. So when we shut the...

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OUR LIVE CURRICULUM

CURRICULUM LEARNING OUTCOMES L – LEADERSHIP Improves the skill  in decision making Enhances conflict resolution Improves negotiation skills Enhances the aptitude to innovate Improves the skill to communicate quickly and effectively Creates their own vision Improve skills Enhance clarity – We understand where they are going and are honored to join the jo...

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Leadership A must

Leadership is an acquired skill. It is not a talent endowed at birth. It is not a character trait developed in childhood by parents. Inspirational Leadership is grounded in straightforward attitudes, values, and principles. Leadership is the essential ingredient that turns visions and plans into reality. Effective leaders harness the energies and gain the co...

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Boost your child’s potential for Success 2

Trust is the foundation of leadership. How does a leader build trust? By consistently exemplifying competence, connection, and character. People will forgive occasional mistakes based on ability, especially if they can see that you’re still growing as a leader. And they will give you some time to connect. But they won’t stop someone who has slips in char...

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FIVE WAYS TO GROW LEADERS

There are three common situations where young leaders fail to be developed. One is where a non- leader-parent, teacher, or-coach fails to recognize leadership attitude in a child or misdiagnoses it as a rebellious attitude. A second is where a leader-parent, teacher or coach overwhelms the young leader, is unwilling to share power, and intimidates the buddin...

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Boost your child’s potential for Success

There are proven ways to help kids follow less and lead more. Research also shows that positive leadership traits are teachable at any age, though the earlier we begin, the better and that is what we stand for. The best news is that these same leadership traits will help boost your child’s potential for success in every arena of life both now and forever. ...

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Defining Leadership

Leadership is the process of helping people accomplish together, what they could not as individuals. Leaders are those who get leadership going. Based on the previous simple definition, we believe that not everyone can, should or even desires to become a leader. A lot of people desperately want to believe that anyone can become a leader, but assuming this is...

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BENEFITS OF LEADERSHIP SKILLS 2

The TOP SEVEN Advantages & Benefits for: Individuals: Builds self‐confidence and self‐esteem Enhances image Upgrades skills Provides competitive edge for job‐seekers Impacts career advancement Promotes cross‐cultural awareness Creates potential opportunities in competitive academic environment Students: Provides strategies and skills to overcomin...

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Three Roles in the Leadership Process

One of the most important things that parents, mentors and teachers can do in the lives of children and youth is to help them discover their unique signature, which consists of who they are and what they are good at. This empowers them to pursue endeavors they are likely to excel at and enjoy and identifying where the child’s potential lies. Everyone plays...

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The Benefits of Leadership Skills

 In order to make the most of your proficiency, it’s important to develop your leadership skills. Whilst talent and a good work ethic will take you to a certain level, learning how to lead will get you to the top of the tree. If you can demonstrate that you know how to lead, you’ll often be rewarded ...