School of Physical Education, Hunan University of Arts and Science, Changde 415000, Hunan, China
Under the new circumstance, how to work on the far reaching nature of understudies is a significant issue confronting colleges as of now. In quality training, the development of understudies’ initiative is a vital substance. Doing administration schooling for undergrads in universities and colleges isn’t just predictable with the necessities of the country for advanced education staff preparing, yet additionally helpful for advancing the complete self-improvement of understudies, in this way developing an enormous number of qualified manufacturers and replacements for the country. This paper brought the idea of administration into the examination of ability preparing in schools and colleges. A full examination was done on understudies, school instructors and managers, and a deliberate investigation was completed on the attributes of undergrads’ initiative, which offered a specific hypothetical help for the development and assessment of understudies’ administration, and gave a significant premise to additionally advancing the quality training of undergrads. In the research on the marketing factors of college students’ leadership, the experimental results showed that the highest and lowest level of college students’ leadership were leadership and practical ability, with the values of 4.51 and 3.67 respectively. Therefore, it can be seen that college students’ leadership marketing factors are affected by the above two factors.
College Students’ Leadership, Leadership Training Policy, Big Data, Analytic Hierarchy Process
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