Re: Leadership Skills on WWW
Mike Murray (Mike2M@AOL.COM)
Thu, 12 Oct 1995 19:56:50 -0400
In a message dated 95-10-08 15:48:16 EDT, gmoss@LCLARK.EDU (George Moss)
>My only caution is that in reading some list of the skills, one might
>think "been there, done that." Wait until you are part of a patrol
>learning how to get everyone to succeed and leaning that everyone has
>resources to offer to a project larger than you think you can get done.
>Learn that in the rain, learn that at 6 AM and at 11PM and in your "free
>time" Learn that in class and in the field and at your campsite then
>you've really learned it the Woodbadge way.
Woodbadge is the experience as much as the process. The Mitigwa Eagles NC440W
92' are still a viable group of friends we represent 4 of the 6 districts in
our council and can usually be found at any council event staffing it, or
relaxing with their Troops. These people who I shared this experience are
like my family. I didn't always understand the process or even like it at
times. However I would recomend it for any serious scouter. I learned as much
about myself as I did the skills.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City