Developing Leadership skills in a young person rapidly develops their emotional intelligence. Emotional Intelligence is vital in the development of a young person character and it has been proven to predict professional performance. Emotional Intelligence is made up of four parts:
Social Awareness, Self Awareness, Relationship Management, and Self Management.
When a child develops leadership skills, each of these areas is improved.
The leadership skills we pass on to our students do far more than teach our children to lead others, it encourages independence in our young students, teaching them about responsibility, how to be reliable, why attention to detail is important and to have pride in their work. Teaching students to lead solidifies their learning and teaches them important social, public speaking and presentation skills, all of which have a practical application in their adult lives. To give our students a huge head start, we also provide exciting job opportunities.