The article, “Good Leaders Never Stop Learning” by Gerard Seijts talks about how leaders are both born and made into this world. He mentions that good leaders are developed through constant learning about their personalities, relationships and careers, and the kind of leader they want to become. Leaders are driven to produce results and to make a positive impact as an individual and on others as well.
In the article, “We Are What We See: The Family Conditions for Modeling Values for Children” by David Popenoe talks about how parents condition children for their values. Being a model towards them, having a healthy childhood, keeping in mind what children see, teaching them morals and developing their character, and assuring they have family structure and time for them are the keys for modeling values for children as they grow up.