The Five Most Important Characteristics of School Leadership

Being a leader doesn’t always come with a fancy title or higher pay. You don’t have to be a certain age or have a certain educational degree. In fact, anyone can be a leader in any situation as long as they are equipped with the skills and characteristics of one! And the best time to develop these skills and characteristics is from an early age: in school.  

When I was in middle and high school, I participated on my school’s varsity field hockey team for over six years! I started my journey with field hockey, watching and learning from my older teammates and coaches. I began to get more comfortable with my stick skills, physical ability, and mental strategy of the game of field hockey. Finally, in my senior year of high school, I was chosen by my team to be the Varsity Captain and lead our team to success. 

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