The instruments developed by Pfeifer and Waelty, (74), Ying, Lee and Tsai, (438) and Welbourne, Johnson and Erez, (550) in order to measure the abovementioned variables respectively.
Nature develops the basic and fundamental attributes of a child’s personality from his or her parents’ genetic material but only those of them are going to be polished that receive proper environment and encouragement in the world of material and substance. One set of children from early grades must be trained in leadership while, other group should not receive any guidance and then parents of both segments should be asked if their children are demonstrating leadership or not. The questionnaire developed by Kets De Vries, Vrignaud, Agrawal, Florent-Treacy, (10) should be adapted to measure leadership skills in kids.
Socialization is defined as a process of learning and unlearning norms, customs and ideas from others. The norms and customs are designed to regulate human behavior in the community. However, ideologies are developing to overcome weaknesses of a social system and they are also used for their development. The social self efficacy questionnaire developed by Constantine, Okazaki and Utsey, (230) should be used to measure one’s ability to socialize and then its relationship with leadership skills should be analyzed. The previously proposed leadership scale can be used here as well.
The process of re-socialization takes place when people begun to share ideologies, customs and norms with groups towards which they behaved harshly in the past. The social self efficacy scale can be modified to measure resocialization ability in people. Age and education give people experiences and tools to analyze their understanding respectively and therefore, they become flexible towards others.
Constantine, Madonna G., Sumie Okazaki, and Shawn O. Utsey. "Self-concealment, social self-efficacy, acculturative stress, and depression in African, Asian, and