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RISKY BEHAVIORS Talking to Staff Deborah Gilboa, MD
If you could wave a magic wand... What behaviors would you eliminate?
3 WHAT’S YOUR CULTURE?
TEEN BRAIN CONFLICT
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN AT CAMP? Good decision-making requires time and information. Peer pressure is ALWAYS a factor. Intense emotional responses will occur!!!! Sleep deficit clouds critical thinking.
COUNSELORS CAN Be safe Follow the rules Understand expectations DO HARD THINGS
SUPERVISORS MUST Acknowledge temptation Name behaviors High expectations Clear rules Enforce consequences
REMEMBER THETEEN BRAIN?
CALL YOUR STAFF! Light a fire in your staff intentionally: Build on their experiences Heighten their emotions Use peer pressure for good Call them to action!
11 CREATE (CHANGE?)YOUR CULTURE
WHAT’S THE WORD AT TRAINING? ASK. Past staff Current leaders Former campers Your competition Recruiters Social media
OFFER STRATEGIES Play “What if” What if you could? What if you want to? What if you did? Establish mentors Remind them of options Reward great choices
DON’T FIGHT PEER PRESSURE USE IT. Build drama toward great counseling Give your staff a mission Ask MORE of them Encourage accountability Create pride
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