How to Empower Student Leaders
From a young age, children learn about leadership by watching the people around them. By observing how others respond to criticism, confront failure, and communicate to large groups, children begin to develop their own habits and thought processes.
Through social and emotional learning, educators and parents can encourage students to begin analyzing their habits and behaviors to create long-term leadership goals.
As students gain responsibility and enthusiasm about being a leader, it’s also important to help them develop specific leadership qualities: