Observing children raises an interesting question: “Who really leads who?”
While we might like to think parents have a powerful influence in the development of these little lives as they grow. However, it is interesting how children lead in their own right.
They know how to get everyone’s attention, and quickly.
They know how to follow.
They know they must learn how to work together with others.
They know the value of love and giving it unconditionally.
They know that unsolicited hugs and good manners usually get them what they want.
Think about leadership. Perhaps observing children can help us all improve in our ability to lead.