scouts-l Mail Archive for February of 2000: Re: What Sayeth the List; NEW DEVELOPMENT
Darryl Hammill (darryl.hammill@NCMAIL.NET
Fri Feb 18 2000 - 09:06:44 CST
"I sort of like this idea, but will it set the troop back in my attempt at
making it a Boy-Led troop?"
It may be seen by the other youth leaders that you are inserting yourself between
them and their SPL. So, initially if I were in your position I would be wary of
"Maybe I should campaign in the SPL's behalf, and then let the PLC decide?"
This sort of goes to my point in the previous section. However, I believe the
answer you seek is in the portion of your statements that followed :
"Point out that their actions were effective in bringing about the desired
Now this is right where you need to go in my opinion. The SPL has made a
commitment to you. He needs to make the same commitment to the PLC and then stick
to his agreement. He has even offered to step aside if he fails to achieve his
goal and that shows commitment on his part in my mind.
I see this as a wonderful opportunity and not as the problem it was originally.