- Work with your Scout Executive of other staff adviser and evaluate all District
Commissioners in the council.
- Have an active, effective District Commissioner in every district of the
- Develop and put into action a suitable recruiting plan throughout the council
- Achieve a ratio in the council of one Unit Commissioner for every three
- Chair or actively take part in six council Commissioner meetings
- Give leadership to a council Commissioner conference, and
- In consultation with the Scout Executive, select and carry out a major project
in the council.
- Work with your District Executive to evaluate all Commissioners you supervise.
- Achieve a ratio of one Unit Commissioner for every three units in the district
or service area.
- Develop and put into action a suitable recruiting plan.
- Chair or take part actively in six District Commissioner staff meetings
- Attend six District Committee meetings (not required for Assistants)
- Attend a council Commissioner conference with a majority of your staff,
- Provide personal coaching for the Commissioners you supervise, and
- Develop and implement a plan to track and hold your Unit Commissioners accountable
for monthly unit visits..
- Review all material in the current
- Venturing Roundtable Guide
- Boy Scout Leader Roundtable Planning Guide, or
- Cub Scout Leader Roundtable Planning Guide
- Review all material in
- Troop Program Resources and Troop Program Features, or
- Cub Scout Program Helps
- Recruit a roundtable staff
- Lead staff in preparing a one-year roundtable outline
- Supervise the staff in conducting these roundtables
- With the District Commissioner and District Executive, develop and use an
attendance promotion plan, and
- Attend a council Commissioner conference, roundtable, or planning conference.
- Visit each assigned unit eight or more times throughout the year
- Fill in and follow up on Commissioner Work Sheets or self assessment forms
for each assigned unit:
- Conduct membership and leadership inventories in each assigned unit
- Attend six District Commissioner staff meetings and provide the training
topic for one meeting
- Participate in a charter review meeting that results in on-time unit reregistration
- Participate in a charter presentation
- Attend a council Commissioner conference, and
- Help a unit resolve a specific problem or improve some aspect of their unit
Source: Leadership Training Committee Guide - 2006 (#34169A)
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August 09, 2007