Learning leadership

This toolkit highlights how The Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy is building leadership skills through the Generation Amazing programme, using this as the basis for introducing students to recognising and developing leadership skills in their own lives. Students will learn to identify the fundamental characteristics of good leadership, and how to model these themselves.

Overview

The Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy is building leadership skills through the Generation Amazing programme. As such, in this tool kit students will learn how football is being used to develop leadership skills around the world and discover and identify the traits of good leadership, and understand how they too can develop and model leadership in their own lives and communities. They will also learn to differentiate between a ‘boss’ and a ‘leader’, the kinds of focus required for good leadership and how good leaders must take on accountability, in stepping up to be responsible for those they lead, and their own actions and decisions.

Resources

Resilience Poster: Learning Leadership
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Information Sheet: Leadership Traits
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Information Sheet: Learning Leadership
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Presentation: Learning Leadership
Visual aids to assist with students' learning, on-screen discussion questions and hidden teacher notes to help with delivery.
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Activity Sheet: Learning Leadership
Ideation activity sheet for the main activity.
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Lesson Plan: Learning Leadership
A step-by-step guide to the topic of Learning Leadership
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Quizzes

Quiz: Learning Leadership (Ages 14-18)
A ten-question quiz based on the lesson content.
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