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Patrol Leader Training
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Patrol Leader Training

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  • 1. Patrol Leader Training Taken from a training manual published in 1977
  • 2. Leadership
    • While some people
    • Are born leaders
    • Even they need to try hard
    • There is no substitute
    • For practice
    • Practice
    • Practice
  • 3. Responsibility
  • 4. Why have leaders at all?
    • Coordination
      • Coordinate efforts of the team
      • Channel enthusiasm
      • Make contribution constructive
    • Mutual Good
      • Leadership, once mastered is a Powerful tool
    • Appoint or Elect
      • Most nations elect
      • Most youth groups elect
      • In Scouts, we use both
  • 5. Planning/Getting Started
    • Your job as a Patrol Leader
    • Is to make what must be done
    • Or what you want to get donbe
    • As interesting
    • As exciting
    • As ‘Special’ as possible
    • So that your Patrol
    • Actually wants to do it
  • 6. How?
  • 7. Aftermath/Learning by experience
    • “ A fool is a person who makes the same mistake twice ”
    • The true measurement of success
    • Is whether it achieved
    • What it set out to achieve.
  • 8. Leadership Skills
  • 9.
    • www.11thEdgware.com

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