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Your Legacy – Mentoring

When teaching leadership to both our youth and adults, we spend a fair amount of time discussing what it is that leaders do.  Being a Teacher, Coach, Trainer, and Mentor is found within the job description of any leader.  We … Continue reading

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Action Required

When we teach leadership to our Scouts the best way to demonstrate that leadership is to be an example of expected behavior.  We show them how to lead by being good examples.  And we expect the youth leadership to follow … Continue reading

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Leadership- Building Confident Leaders

The other day I talked about the four “C”s that when added to the leaders tool box makes for ease in decision-making and better leaders. I will add that when our young leaders start using the four “C”s they will … Continue reading

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