Love is in the air, and at Mathnasium, we're all about spreading the joy of learning, especially when it comes to math! As Valentine's Day approaches, we've found a unique way to intertwine the world of numbers with the season of love.
Many things contribute to great leadership, but one of the most vital, and often the foundation, is confidence. There are many aspects of leadership, but without confidence, real leadership cannot truly exist.
Leaders can learn how to be decisive, great communicators, and effective problem solvers. And yet without genuine confidence in his or her abilities, authentic leadership is unobtainable.
“Self-confidence is the fundamental basis from which leadership grows. Trying to teach leadership without first building confidence is like building a house on a foundation of sand. It may have a nice coat of paint, but it is ultimately shaky at best.” - Francisco Dao
Leaders who exhibit confidence have a tendency to:
Confidence is what separates great leaders from average ones. Never underestimate how essential the relationship between confidence and leadership is. Instilling confidence in your students now, at home and in school, will lead them to be better leaders in the future! And by working together, parents, teachers, and the staff here at Mathnasium, can provide your child with the necessary skills needed to set them on a path to successful leadership.