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5 Ways to Teach Your Child Leadership Skills

5 Ways to Teach Your Child Leadership Skills

Here are five ways you can begin teaching your child how to exhibit leadership skills.

As children grow, the life lessons that they’ll learn will become more sophisticated. One of the most important lessons is how to communicate and collaborate with other people, especially in school and eventually at work. Being a leader will teach your child lessons about patience and understanding, and will show them the value of self-confidence in their abilities and how to be vocal about their ideas. Here are five ways you can begin teaching your child how to exhibit leadership skills. (more…)

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Important Characteristics of Being a Team Player

Important Characteristics of Being a Team Player

Every child should be taught what it means to be a team player!

Children need to be taught what it means to be a team player. As their personalities continue to take shape in school and other activities help shape their social skills, it’s important that they learn how to properly interact with other children. In school projects and especially sports teams, it will be essential for your child to understand how to listen to others and let their voice be heard. These social skills will help them shape a fun childhood and have success later in life. (more…)

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Leadership Skills are Developed at Home

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How are you teaching your children leadership skills?

While some kids are naturals when it comes to leadership, everyone needs some help along the way. Young children need their parent’s support and guidance to truly flourish, and there are ways to help instill leadership qualities in children via parenting. Here are four great parenting tips to help you teach important leadership skills to your little ones. (more…)

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Dale Carnegie on the Qualities of Excellent Leadership

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Dale Carnegie recognized the important qualities of great leadership – your children can benefit from learning these qualities.

Dale Carnegie’s Leadership Training is an excellent way to teach children the foundational principles of people skills and leadership. Carnegie himself recognized the need for leadership training a century ago and developed a curriculum based on the lessons learned from the lives of great leaders in history. He published How to Win Friends and Influence People in 1936, which is a collection of his core teachings and has been immensely popular ever since. Here are some of the qualities Dale Carnegie recognized in great leadership. (more…)

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Why Are People Skills Going to Change Your Kid’s Life?

 

Don't let your kid get left behind! People skills will help them soar!

Don’t let your kid get left behind! People skills will help them soar!

People are the stuff that keeps the world moving. They are the obstacles in the way of our dreams, they are the helping hands that catapult us to our next goal, and they are pretty much the one thing that makes life what it is. When your child moves into the workforce, it is important to note that they will be spending a lot of time among people. Today we’re going to be talking about how developing people skills is going to change your kid’s life. Are you ready to dive in? Let’s go! (more…)

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Who is Dale Carnegie and How Can He Help Your Child?

 

How can Dale Carnegie's work help your child achieve success?

How can Dale Carnegie’s work help your child achieve success?

When it comes to developing the leaders of tomorrow, no one knows how to grow quite like Dale Carnegie. Using the techniques that this man created, we pass on the leadership skills that your child can use to become the best version of themselves. But who is Dale Carnegie exactly? That is what we will be talking about in today’s blog. Are you interested in learning more about this amazing man? Let’s get started. (more…)

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