Commissioner Responsibilities Serve the adult unit leaders Serve the adult unit leaders Visit units regularly Visit units regularly Sunday Sunday Weekday Weekday Activities, campouts, etc. Activities, campouts, etc. Develop relationships Develop relationships Leaders Leaders Boys – know their names Boys – know their names Identify needs and training opportunities to report to ADC Identify needs and training opportunities to report to ADC Support and encourage unit leaders Support and encourage unit leaders Teach round table Teach round table Grounded in known needs because of service to units Grounded in known needs because of service to units Ensures consistency of instruction Ensures consistency of instruction Provides on-going training to unit leaders Provides on-going training to unit leaders Teach Leader Specific Training Teach Leader Specific Training Commissioner becomes proficient and knowledgeable of programs Commissioner becomes proficient and knowledgeable of programs Commissioner is “go-to” person in stake Commissioner is “go-to” person in stake
PriestsQuorumsDeaconsQuorumsTeachersQuorums The path of needs and resources 11-Year Olds Primary Boys Needs should be resolved at the lowest level
Stake Primary & Stake Young Men (Unit Commissioners) report to Stake Presidency Counselor (ADC) 25 Minutes Commissioner Training 15 Minutes Round Table Coordination 15 Minutes Scout Master Minute 5 Minutes Unit Commissioner Meeting Return and report at break out session Request needs discerned from units Report on resources used to meet needs in units ADC meeting held at a later date to allow for Stake Presidencies to review and counsel.
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