Re: It's Recruiting Time
Charles Pourciau (pourciau@EARTHLINK.NET)
Thu, 5 Sep 1996 13:58:45 -0700
I agree with Peter Murphy when you have a reluctant group of adults.
After the initial presentation has been made, tell them to talk amongst
themselves, and then leave the room, but for no more than 15 minutes.
You have to give them a chance to talk the situation out. Then return to
find out what has happened. Chances are with the children present,
you'll get the leadership. By all means stress to them that there should
be more than one leader, and that there is training available. Remind
them that more than 80% of registered leaders, work, and lots of them
work shift work. Good luck.
Lydia Pourciau Email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cub Roundtable Commissioner SC-CS-13 (a foxy FOX-88)
Istrouma Area Council
Baton Rouge, LA
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