Want Your Child to Be a Leader? 5 Leadership Behaviors Parents Should Teach Their Kids by Pepi Silverman

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Want Your Child to Be a Leader? 5 Leadership Behaviors Parents Should Teach Their Kids

Leaders are those people in our lives that we all aspire to be, but how can we teach kids what it means to be a leader? Effective leaders are individuals who demonstrate skills and attributes that merit our admiration. 

Leadership skills often begin by identifying those behaviors that we all wish to follow:  

  • Service: By serving others, people make contributions that change lives.
  • Diligence: Through effort and engagement, people get the job done.
  • Aspiration: A strong desire that fosters motivation and leads to ambition.
  • Humility: The quality or belief that one is not better than others.
  • Honor: The respect that is given to someone who is admired.

The world needs people who can step in when help is needed. Let’s support our future by nurturing our kids to be leaders.

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Service is definitely a key leadership trait. Giving to others is part of what leaders do. 🔥
Elisa Schmitz
Yes to all of these, but calling out diligence and humility. Great leaders are humble and focused. Thank you for sharing, Pepi Silverman ! Pepi
Julio Caro
Your Guide is very informative.. Thank for letting us know

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