On Relation between Capability and Leadership of College Students: Based on “Able Person” Hypothesis

Yuan ZOU, Yungui WANG


It is of necessity for institutions of higher education, given “ability-oriented” education idea to embody the concept of putting ability first and promote the leadership advancement of college students in developing themselves and the entire society with the starting point of capability. Leadership of college students showcases their capability and demonstrates as a collection of abile quality and this ability meets the need of modern society for college students to shoulder their social responsibilities, besides, leadership also consists of ability quality for college students to achieve their own development. Therefore, this paper strives to construct further the relationship of capability and leadership of college students following clarifying the relation of capability and leadership.


College students; Capabilities; Leadership of college students

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