22 Feb Shenfield’s Peace E. Ani shares a practical guide for developing leadership skills in children
The speed of change, advances in technology and communication mediums means we are required to be nimbler in order to adapt to the rapidly evolving competitive landscape. Research by the World Economic Forum (WEF) and McKinsey (Management consultancy) highlights the increasing importance of soft skills, setting out the critical skills that will be required from the future workforce. Furthermore, it is becoming increasingly challenging for parents to equip their children with the qualities to be resilient to face life’s challenges and flourish.
Nurturing Soft Skills introduces the COACH framework to help parents nurture Confident, Outgoing, Articulate, Creative and Happier children, who feel empowered to try new things and believe they can always bounce back if success is not immediate.
This book is about creating a caring and supportive environment for nurturing such qualities, laying solid foundations during a child’s most formative years, developing enquiring minds with the ability to problem-solve, the motivation to excel, and for lasting happy childhood memories.
Peace E. Ani has over sixteen years of professional experience within leading global financial services institutions. As the co-founder of Child Prodigy ® she has spent over 12 years researching child cognitive and leadership development. Her COACH framework has proved effective for developing critical soft skills according to feedback from parents from workshops and from personal experience. Peace has a passion for inspiring young minds to maximize their potential and is regularly called upon to give keynote speeches and talks at schools and large organisations. She is based in Shenfield, Essex.
Peace says, “This guide helps like-minded parents identify and develop the soft skills that their child/children will need to succeed. It covers useful information on how to encourage confident, happy, healthy, charismatic and creative children and it will also appeal to teachers and future employers looking to help such rounded qualities in children early on.”