Leading children: they are born or made? Apparently, some people are born to be leaders, but scientists have no doubt that most needs possess and develop skills that will enable them to gain the trust of others. Although some children are accepted more easily by their peers that could make them more apt to become tomorrow's leaders still need cultivate the qualities that all Guide: confidence, charisma and aptitude for the role that others delegated. Raising a child without highlight social and cultural differences of those around it make it forming tolerant and respectful, considered fundamental qualities to lead a group. For the child to develop these virtues is recommended to parents to talk constantly with their children on issues of World Affairs, giving them to understand the problems of people in other countries are as important as those who suffer from them and thus grow their desire to help and guidance to their peers. The parents of a leading child must be analyzed along with the positive side of his leadership quality and show you what you can get if you channeled well its ability to mobilize others. To achieve this, – parents should guide him – for example – on the theme of solidarity, so that you always have present to others and you can understand that through their leadership capacity, it is possible to help people who need it and serve at the same time to the society. Independence is another important quality of a leader and why it is recommended to not be press children that they choose a particular career, but they encourage them to be the best in what you choose and commit themselves to get ahead, remember that not all people have to be doctors or lawyers, a boy may choose to be a teacher if you really like him and become the best. As being a leader means responsibility, should teach children from small to think about the consequences of their acts with practical examples, if you teach a child to use the card of credit is spent much more that paying cash, you will learn to think about the consequences in the future and will be more responsible and mature. From 3 years children begin to interact in Group and gradually learn to play and share with other children of their age. This period is marked by a strong sense of egocentrism and sense of ownership, very normal and expected for this stage of development but the origin of negative leadership isn't in the own resources of the child's personality, but takes place in an emotional deficiency.