As of March 16, 2020, all applications may only be done online until further notice. Click Apply Online Now below.

DOWNLOAD OUR TUITION FEES

As of March 16, 2020, all applications may only be done online until further notice. Click Apply Online Now below.

Fill up this form to proceed:

As of March 16, 2020, all applications may only be done online until further notice. Click Apply Online Now below.

Fill up the form to download our Tuition Fees:

logo
Generic selectors
Exact matches only
Search in title
Search in content
Search in posts
Search in pages

Blog

How to Train Your Child to Become a Leader


blog post

When your child is still in the early stages of development, there may be a tendency for you as a parent, to take for granted this very important season of growth. While every child should be allowed enough space and freedom to grow, it is also true that they would benefit from your nurture and guidance from early on.

One thing you may want to consider is to be intentional in training your child to become a leader. Effective leaders are quite uncommon these days. The really good leaders that are so rare are the ones who have a clear vision of their goals and aspirations. Aside from this, they also have the ability to help others be successful and achieve the goals of the team they are leading.

If you want to learn the best ways to instill leadership traits in your child, continue reading.

 

Engage them in team activities

Leaders are not created within a vacuum. They have to interact with the people surrounding them, because this is the only way they can truly experience how it is to lead others.

As such, one of the best ways for you to teach your child to become a leader is by having them engage in team activities, like team sports. For example, you may want your child to take up basketball as a sport. Not only will they learn cooperation, but they would also understand the value of leading others towards a common goal, which is winning.

The more your child is exposed to this kind of environment, the more likely they are to understand the importance of being someone others can truly depend on.

 

Teach them perseverance

Children tend to give up easily, They may become frustrated when they find they’re unable to accomplish a task, such as painting a picture.

As a parent, you may want to encourage your child to keep going until they achieve the task at hand. Support and guide them and let them know that failure can be a stepping stone that brings them closer to success.

Going back to the example, instead of telling them to abandon their project, let them know that it’s alright for them to take a break and to try again the next day.

 

Hone their emotional intelligence

A good measure of emotional intelligence is how well your child can relate to those around them. Good emotional intelligence is definitely a defining trait of a leader – without it, they wouldn’t be able to understand their constituents’ needs and desires.

One way to improve your child’s emotional intelligence is by constantly teaching and showing them kindness. When they’re consistently exposed to loving acts, they naturally adopt this same practice when they interact with their peers.

 

Help them become patient

Finally, another defining trait of a leader is patience. Without patience, they would easily lose their temper and subsequently affect people around them in a negative way.

A good way for you to instill this positive trait in your child in their early years is by refraining from constantly giving in to their whims and desires. Parents who do this, train their child to desire immediate gratification and end up spoiling their children.

Gently teach your child that they can’t always get what they want easily – they have to work for it too.

 

Key Takeaway

Training your child to become a leader can be daunting especially if you don’t know where to begin. Some of the ways you can achieve this are by teaching them patience, perseverance, and letting them understand how important it is to properly interact with children their age.