In another study, Real and Harlin discovered that a youth activity can build leadership skills. Their article identified one example of how an applied activity can make a difference in the leadership development of young people. One interesting conclusion is that females with previous leadership experience developed greater leadership efficacy than those females with no previous leadership experience. Their study provides a platform for other researchers to investigate the leadership education competencies developed in other youth activities.
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