The primary principle of the Character Development & Leadership middle school leadership program/curriculum is, “Character First, Leadership Second.” In other words, leadership without character is a failure of leadership.
A person should never be placed into the position of leadership until a strong foundation of character is formed. A person should know what they believe, why they believe it and be willing to stand up for those beliefs. An effective leader should know their strengths and weaknesses. This formation of character is not learned in a day or even a week, rather by challenging oneself on a daily basis over an extended period of time.
We understand that it is quite possible to be a tremendous human being, who possesses qualities such as integrity, honesty, respect, and yet still be a lousy leader. Therefore, once, a solid foundation of character is established, the next step is to understand the qualities of an effective leader.
This middle school leadership program/curriculum provides 14 overall lessons per unit to instill character and leadership.
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