You find leaders or heroes in all areas of life, whether it is politics, sports, entertainment, business, teaching, social work, health or several others you may think of. Nelson Mandela, Mahatma Gandhi, Winston Churchill, Henry Ford, Walt Disney, Richard Branson, Bill Gates are some of the names that come to the mind when you talk about leaders. Most often, their parents may not have dreamt of their child to become leader and it may have been circumstances or encounters with mentors that helped them achieve success.
All good qualities are imbibed early in life, whether it is giving respect, having a feeling of empathy, or good manners and etiquette. The first school for any child is the home where they are born and brought up. Thereafter, schools provide knowledge and life skills to them.
Here are 5 ways to develop leadership qualities in children.