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1 PowerPoint: Good, Bad, & Ugly T 3 The Fundamentals of Training

2 Journey to Excellence Summary Measuring our Continuous Improvement Recognizing and Publicizing Outstanding Performance Identifying Potential Problems so they can be addressed and corrected Encouraging Mutual Assistance and Support Supporting the Local Council’s Balanced Scorecard Building Better Scouting for More Scouts Contact us at All material can be found at and click on Scouting’s Journey to Excellence found under Quicklinkswww.scouting.org/Volunteer

3 Summary Continuous improvement Recognize performance Identify problems Assistance and Support Balanced Scorecard Build better Scouting

4 Gauges: Always reflects Determined Standard. Arrow with Numbers: Represent year to prior year increase or decrease. Charts: Always reflects Performance Standard. USER INSIGHT- Council View Elements Council Score Bar: Reports overall council tallies of current month, year over year as they land within the areas of bronze, silver or gold. Gold Performers: Lists all Determined Standard gold councils. Orb: Reflects gold, silver, bronze status, which are only designators at the council level. Criterion Explainer Gives specific detail pertaining to the criterion calculation.

5 User Insight – Council View Graphic Chart Criterion Explainer Gauges

6 DATA FOUNDATION & CALCULATIONS Leadership Assessment e-forms* JTE Medal Recognition: Source Sheet Finance Facts Program Administration System (PAS) Production Camping e-forms & Current Applications Unit Visit Tracking System (UVTS) PeopleSoft Human Resources * Criteria #15 Council Leadership Only

7 DATA FOUNDATION & CALCULATIONS Leadership Assessment e-forms* JTE Medal Recognition: Source Sheet Finance Facts Program Administration System (PAS) Production Camping e-forms & Current Applications Unit Visit Tracking System (UVTS) PeopleSoft Human Resources * Criteria #15 Council Leadership Only

8 Commissioner Priorities Commissioners are great Scouters May be asked to do many things NOT the primary responsibilities of commissioners Concentrate your Scouting time on helping specific unit needs Good Unit Service Takes precedence over all other Scouting efforts

9 Commissioner Priorities Great Scouters Often do more than their role Concentrate on specific unit needs Good unit service!

10 Training Recognition The leadership training recognition plan is intended to honor demonstrated performance and tenure of trained leaders in all areas of the Scouting program directly involving units. Leaders interested in collecting recognitions for the sake of the emblem only should be counseled as to the true intent of the plan. The Scouting leader who has shown interest and dedication by giving up personal time to attend a learning event should be properly and publicly recognized. Whatever format the recognition takes, it should be sincere and impressive, and the participants should be made to feel they have accomplished something worthwhile. The training committee should encourage Scouters to qualify for the various awards, provide opportunities for completing their requirements, and see proper records are kept. Recognition will establish status for the training and the awards in the eyes of all youth, adult leaders, chartered organizations, and the general public. It is important to the recognition plan that all awards be presented in a dignified manner at an occasion befitting the achievement. Immediate recognition of achievement could be given by presentation of the award in the presence of the unit membership and representatives of the chartered organization. Occasions for formal recognition should also include meetings with the chartered organization, roundtables, and council and district meetings. Recipients of awards might be recognized at the annual meeting of the district or council, and an announcement in the council newsletter and in other news media is also recommended. Keep in mind an important objective is to encourage other leaders to strive to be fully trained. Properly handled, the awards presentation can serve to prompt others to seek training and recognition.

11 Training Recognition Honor leader’s efforts Sincere and impressive Status for the awards Encourage others

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