Transcript: Project Planning Leading Change Problem Solving and Decision Making Managing Conflict Self-Assessment When teams use an effective approach to problem solving, they can move more quickly toward high performance Jessica Cerra-Caplan Good leaders put those whom they lead first, enabling their success The most effective application of this philosophy requires both the leader and the team to understand and apply their reciprocal responsibilities. Values, Mission, and Vision PROJECT PLANNING Servant Leadership We can all improve our ability to listen Listening is a key element in communication, learning and leadership Feedback is a gift LEADING CHANGE Leading EDGE/Teaching EDGE Frances Brown What were the key "take home" messages of that session? SELF-ASSESSMENT Effective leaders create a compelling VISION that they inspire others to create as a reality Your ticket will help you turn your personal vision in to reality MANAGING CONFLICT The choice of HOW YOU will make a difference in Scouting is up to YOU Leaving a Legacy The Leading EDGE Acronym describes the behavior of a leader as the team moves through the stages of development Communication is essential to Effective Leadership & High-Performance Teams Communication - Troop Guides WOOD BADGE Listening to Learn-- Troop Guides COACHING and MENTORING Dwight Heasley The job of a leader is to move the team through the stages of development to become the best it can be The Wood Badge "Ticket" Jimmy Conduff Small things have big consequences Travis Whisenhunt Leveraging Diversity through Inclusiveness Sharon Pyle Tools of the Trade Self-assessment is important to realize your full potential This tool equips a leader to do his or her job in the unit or council Generational differences are another aspect of diversity For a better future, learn ways to work together across generations Grant DuCote Stages of Team Development Matt Taliaferro Change is inevitable, but leading change can make it a positive experience Troop Guides Nick Tyburski Summary Values, Mission and Vision can change the world PROBLEM SOLVING AND DECISION MAKING LEADING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE We are stronger when we are diverse We are stronger when we make diversity work for us Leading Change to become more diverse is critical for Scouting to remain relevant Al Fischer High-Performing teams quickly resolve conflicts WOOD BADGE Before starting anything: Establish goals and agree on an approach Generations in Scouting Misty Rathbun Servant Leadership Summary Key take home? Is up to you. You will write your own legacy Ask yourself, "What will my legacy be? Then make it real Rob Blinn The Teaching EDGE Acronym describes the behavior of an instructor as a learner goes through the stages of learning a skill.
Transcript: Project Planning Leading Change Problem Solving and Decision Making Managing Conflict Self-Assessment The Wood Badge "Ticket" Values, Mission, and Vision Burt Cary Gene Milford Mark Young Listening to Learn Communication Leveraging Diversity through Inclusiveness Generations in Scouting Coaching and Mentoring Servant Leadership Troop Guides Gilwell Gazette Terry Lind Orientation and Fast Start This is Scouting Leader Specific Training Outdoor Skills Training Wood Badge Leadership Challenge Lifelong Learning Terry Lind Anne Marino Vision of Scouting Contemporary leadership concepts Experience and practice team concepts FUN! and fellowship John Olynick Stages of Team Development Shawn Francis Leading EDGE/Teaching EDGE Ryan Olynick What Can You Expect from Troop Guides Jeff Coit Leaving a Legacy A Wood Badge tradition Opportunity to practice the leadership skills presented during Wood Badge A plan to take home A chance to strengthen Scouting in your unit/district and council John Olynick Fonnie Galmiche The front end of BSA training is SKILLS oriented After that, the emphasis is on LEADERSHIP BSA Training Framework to practice leadership Translates to any Scouting program WOOD BADGE Patrol Project Each patrol plans, produces, and presents Covers a universal aspect of scouting Presented on Day Five Course Director - S1-214-15 Course Overview Troop Guides Why a troop setting? Mark Young, Senior Patrol Leader SE -290, Stomping Buffalo
Transcript: Problem Solving... > Should be Quicker...and more Adaptable > For More Immediate Challenges > Results in a Decision Visualize Success > Usually have a clear, defined goal > Mission & Vision is often a Part > Time to Execute is likely longer Thanks.... Good Luck ! Determine Most Important Factors Gather Information Decision Making * Green Bar Bill Hillcourt was said to tell this story often and with authority from his work with BP. * Saves Time * More Efficient * Common Language * Repeatable * Increases Odds of Success Projects also... > Describe what Success looks like > What is "solved" ? > Make a Decision > Take Action...Forward > Stay Focused Step 2 Tools for Success Official Wood Badge Problem Solving Process THE END Problem Solving Projects can certainly present problems... But... Project Planning & Problem Solving are Different Processes Project Planning Action Steps to Success Step 3 1. Project Overview 2. Work Breakdown Structure 3. Activity Assignments 4. Take Action on Plan 5. Evaluation & Closeout Step 1 Advantages of Using System Approach Step 4 > Accurately > Completely > Understand Problem > Timing...People...Setting > All Three > Overall Situation So how will they make a Slide for their Wood Badge neckerchief when they attend Gilwell? > Quantitative... "Facts" > Qualitative... " Feelings" They Can't Whittle! Problems can be... >< ...within larger projects >< ...independent of projects Describe the Problem Anyone Remember Day 2? Step 5 A Story of Francis Gidney of Gilwell The Problem with Wood Badge Participants Multi Voting * Equal # of votes for all * If a list, rank the items * Vote and total the scores * Cast out low score choice * Repeat until a winner And What's the Problem with Wood Badge Participants...? But What about Ole Gidney of Gilwell? Brainstorming * Everyone participates * Think outside the box * Piggyback ideas * Consider Past Solutions Problem Solving Round Robin * Patrol Activity (You Read ' Patrol Competition') * 8 Stations each with a unique problem * Shotgun Start! (No Shotguns Allowed... Except Dewayne) * Timed! Rotate in numerical order on the signal * SAFETY FIRST (Anyone can stop anyone if deemed unsafe) Systematic vs Intuitive ? Francis ' Skipper' Gidney * First Camp Chief of Gilwell * Organized Early Wood Badge Courses under BP Supervision * THE Active Trainer at Gilwell Discovered a Major Problem with Wood Badge Participants... Problem Solving & Decision Making ROCKETS! Gidney's Solution Consensus * Atmosphere of trust * All Agree to abide by the group * Assess & Evaluated Solutions * Trial run then Finalize Parking Lot * Acknowledge the issue is not immediately relevant * Write a brief description * Agree to come back to the idea at a later time
Transcript: Child Development Lecture 7:30-8:20 Prenatal Period- uterus exapnds, baby grows Braxton Hicks Contractions- after four months Stages of Labor: 1. Contractions every 8-10 min, 30 sec each 2. Contractions grow stronger, baby works way down with each contraction 3. After baby is delivered, the placenta and umbilical cord have to be delivered, too. Conception to Birth 5 Tools That Determine a Healthy Baby Appearance (color) Pulse (heart rate) Grimace (reflex) Activity Level (muscle tone) Respiration (respiratory) Apgar Scale 1. Contractions every 8-10 min, 30 sec each 2. Contractions grow stronger, baby works way down with each contraction 3. After baby is delivered, the placenta and umbilical cord have to be delivered, too. Stages of Labor Self Awareness is recognizing emotions by using social referencing. Only when you have self awareness, dealing with embarassment (pride, shame) Self Awareness Rouge Test: at age 2, experimentors put red lipstick at the end of a toddlers nose and placed in front of a mirror. The test was to see if a toddler could realize that the person in the reflection is them, and if they try to wipe off the lipstick they would be aware of themselves and know their own self awareness Mirror test with lipstick on nose The average timeline of when a child/toddler should be experiencing these milestones for their overall future health Milestones ages 0-2 Rolling over 3.2 Months grasping rate: fine motor skills 3.3 months able to sit without support from anyone but self 5.9 months standing while still having support to hold onto 7.2 Months grasping with thumb and finger; pincer grasp 8.2 months standing without support from anyone, self support 11.5 months walking well 12. 3 months able to walk, run and walk up stairs by self 16.6 months By 10 months, babies can establish speech sounds and babbling from being influenced by the world around them. Language Development Cognitive Development : ability to learn a new word or concept with little to no exposure to it New words based on hearing from parents, family, and toys for the expense of learning a new vocabulary fast mapping Universal/ Basic Emotions anger happiness digust sad Emotions begin as soon as birth Emotions The state of being connected together with objects, concepts, or poeple Relationships are a key role of growing up as your environment sets your standards. Relationships siblings Siblings are an understood realtionship They bring contact and companionship, as they spend more time together than anyone else in early childhood and adolescence (about 17 hours a week outside of school time) Complete and utter connection with parents more than anyone else up to early childhood unless they are an only child. Most connections between child and parents, child is more closer and more in connection with mother than father mom dad
Transcript: FUN You are going to have lots of fun! Advance Leader training WOOD BADGE 2014 The cultural diversity of my home town. Ray Narimatsu W1-609-14 Cool group of scouters Think about that for a minute What is my background? If you want prosperity for one hundred years grow people. To have everyone be successful in their position on course! My goals for this course. Why are you here? Food for thought. Scouting culture in my family. If you want prosperity for one year grow rice, What is Wood Badge? Learning to be a better leader Getting critter bling To train my replacement. If you want prosperity for ten years grow trees, Let's use our imagination for a minute. Because you are with others that believe in the program. The food is great. All of you here!
Transcript: Project Planning Leading Change Problem Solving and Decision Making Managing Conflict Self-Assessment The job of a leader is to move the team through the stages of development to become the best it can be When teams use an effective approach to problem solving, they can move more quickly toward high performance The Wood Badge "Ticket" Good leaders put those whom they lead first, enabling their success The most effective application of this philosophy requires both the leader and the team to understand and apply their reciprocal responsibilities. Values, Mission, and Vision PROJECT PLANNING Small things have big consequences Servant Leadership We can all improve our ability to listen Listening is a key element in communication, learning and leadership Feedback is a gift Leveraging Diversity through Inclusiveness Tools of the Trade Self-assessment is important to realize your full potential This tool equips a leader to do his or her job in the unit or council Generational differences are another aspect of diversity For a better future, learn ways to work together across generations Stages of Team Development LEADING CHANGE Change is inevitable, but leading change can make it a positive experience Leading EDGE/Teaching EDGE What were the key "take home" messages of that session? SELF-ASSESSMENT Summary Values, Mission and Vision can change the world Effective leaders create a compelling VISION that they inspire others to create as a reality Your ticket will help you turn your personal vision in to reality MANAGING CONFLICT The choice of HOW YOU will make a difference in Scouting is up to YOU PROBLEM SOLVING AND DECISION MAKING Leaving a Legacy LEADING TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE We are stronger when we are diverse We are stronger when we make diversity work for us Leading Change to become more diverse is critical for Scouting to remain relevant High-Performing teams quickly resolve conflicts Communication is essential to effective leadership and high-performance teams Communication Before starting anything: Establish goals and agree on an approach WOOD BADGE Listening to Learn Generations in Scouting Summary Key take home? Is up to you. You will write your own legacy COACHING and MENTORING Ask yourself, "What will my legacy be? Then make it real WOOD BADGE
Transcript: Summarize in a short sentence or slogan. Ask A question. Quiz them. Fill in the Blank. Anybody can do this, and it works Interaction Dawn 'Mama Bear' Delk, Assistant Course Director Repeat Tell A Story Repeat Use Humor Repeat Lead them in a game. Presentation Helpful Hints
Transcript: What will people say about your son when he is grown? Teacher What will people say about your son when he is grown? President Complete a Project highlighting leadership skills Complete final 10 merit badges for a total of 21 6 months activity in local troop Nice Wife Lots of Money Kind Parents Role Reverent What's happened to our men? Helpful (the parent) Introducing the Merit Badge Brave Special thanks to Purple Planet for the background music "Victory"... purple-planet.com ... you can always count on him Friendly Scout Advancement Family Life - Perform home duties for 90 days Cheerful What's in it for me? Doctor Personal Fitness - 12-week physical fitness program Not all Merit Badges are created equal Some are "or" Leadership opportunities Focus on Merit Badges Scouting for Parents Scout Loyal Baseball Player Star & Life Beautiful Children Courteous Education Elective Eagle Camping requires many nights in a tent Thrifty Employment What words will describe your son when he grows up? Some take longer than others Tenderfoot, Second Class, First Class Identity Happiness ... you'll never find a better man "In this world where some misguided men and women strive to tear down and destroy great movements such as scouting, I am pleased to stand firm for an organization that teaches duty to God and country, that embraces the scout law." - President Thomas S. Monson Most requirements signed off by leader Focused on developing scout skills These require one campout each What would I like my son to grow up to be? Can be earned in one day Follow Through Clean Volunteer Required ... he's been a really good friend Obedient Trustworthy Support What do you want him to have?
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