Importance of Competition for Children
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This paper discusses the importance of competition to build team spirit amongst children and adults and to extract the maximum from employees. It examines how competition can enhance personal achievement as well as help develop confidence and high competency levels. The paper includes information from studies carried out on the subject.
From the Paper:''Competition can be understood as an act that involves two or more people or a grouping of people that have a kind of face off opposite each other so as to achieve higher goals and recognition. This paper will examine the issues related to competition amongst children and adults in enhancing personal achievements and in improving their over all personality. Competition is used in several ways, major amongst them being to grow and improve children, to build the team spirit amongst children and adults alike and to extract the maximum from employees. By participating in competitions, children are able to develop confidence and high competency levels. When people win, they shine in realizing that their efforts and determination have enabled them to reach this stage.''
Sample of Sources Used:
- Alfie Kohn, The Case Against Competition, http://www.alfiekohn.org/parenting/tcac.htm, 1987, Accessed on 30 September 2010.
- Sievert Suzanne, It's Not Just How We Play That Matters, Newsweek, September 19, 2001.
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