Exploration in the Development of Chinese Adolescent’s Leadership
|School||China Youth Political College|
|Course||Marxist Theory and Ideological and Political Education|
|Keywords||Youth Leadership Youth Development Student organizations Transformational Leadership Interpersonal|
As the leadership of one of the core competencies of young people, the impact on the formation and development of their own other important capabilities. According to the theory of foreign youth leadership, individual leadership development can be traced back to the primary or secondary stage, and any young people have leadership potential, in the case of access to resources, leadership potential will be the development and implementation. Therefore, appropriate leadership development resources invested in the appropriate stage of adolescent development, not only promote the long-term development of the young people can effectively avoid the problems of blindness and low efficiency of resources invested. This article by combing the relevant literature and analysis of the youth in the country the specific characteristics of the Youth Leadership is defined as: individuals in adolescence by making full use of resources in order to acquire a certain ability to eventually achieve self-and group goals. In research methods used in this paper is a method of qualitative analysis, in-depth interviews First, according to the research needs of the 41 high school and college student leaders, followed by finishing all interviews verbatim; Finally, a content analysis of finishing a good interview material analyze and organize. This paper through the analysis and comparison of the different stages of the student leaders of different student organizations leadership characteristics and commonalities total draw the following two conclusions: on the one hand, China's youth leadership development has the following five common: (1) school students leadership play and provide appropriate resources; ② early experience is one of the key factors for student leadership positions; ③ The adolescent interpersonal skills with leadership development and promote each other; ④ youth leadership development affecting their career planning The long-term development; the ⑤ youth-led multi-transformational and charismatic leadership. On the other hand, in different stages of early adolescence and late, youth leadership development status differences in five areas: ① University than secondary level need to allocate more time to be a student work; ② University than the secondary stage more autonomous space; ③ opportunity to learn more foreign exchange than the secondary stage; different types of difficulties encountered ④ universities and secondary stage; University ⑤ get more outside support than the secondary stage. Young people to meet the relevant differences, smooth transition, and the need to switch roles, starting from the grassroots of the organization. Third, the level of student organizations and student leadership characteristics differ.