Leadership can be described as a combination of a series of behaviors that will motivate people to follow the leadership to achieve goals, rather than simply obey. It refers to the ability to make full use of existing resources within the scope of authority to achieve goals with the lowest cost and the highest efficiency. This research shows a college student with high leadership skills is significantly more likely to achieve success after graduation than other peers. Therefore, it is important to carry out leadership training in universities, as it can improve students' overall quality and promote their comprehensive development. Studies by many scholars have shown that structured curriculum and experiential learning are effective ways to improve students' leadership. And, due to the characteristics of openness, interactivity, and competitiveness in their courses, students majoring in physical education have unique advantages in cultivating leadership. The paper will through analyze and investigation leadership level of physical education students and the current situation of their leadership cultivation to explore and propose a model which conducive to cultivating leadership among physical education students.
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