Leadership is defined as ‘the process in which an individual influences the group of individuals to attain a common goal’. A leader is a motivation for others and inspires individuals to aim high and attain that aim.
The CPS school culture encourages students to innovate and take risks when developing new ideas and considering solutions to problems. At CPS, leadership is taught through a whole range of opportunities such as leading clubs and societies and sports teams. Leadership is also developed through innovative and creative academic school projects and discussions.
Some of valuable leadership’s traits that we teach are: how to be a team player, to be a better listener, to have more patience, to be not afraid of constructive criticism, to be outspoken, and to be a problem solver, being more assertive, being more disciplined, becoming a better public speaker and learn how to be realistic.