SUMMARY SESSION Jerry Ceres Scoutmaster N5-347-14 1 Learning Objectives The purpose of this summary session is to:
Review the five themes of the Wood Badge course. Emphasize the connections of the course presentations and experiences to the five themes. Encourage you to carry the message of Wood Badge with you as you return to your home units, districts, and councils. N5-347-14
2 Wood Badge Central Themes Living the Values Bringing the Vision to Life Models for Success Tools of the Trade Leading to Make a Difference N5-347-14
3 Living the Values Values, Mission, and Vision N5-347-14 4
Values, Mission, and Vision Where have you seen the main points of this session coming to life in our Wood Badge course activities? What are the Key Take-Home Messages? N5-347-14
5 Values, Mission, and Vision Key Take-Home Messages Effective leaders create a compelling vision and inspire others to turn it into a reality. Your ticket will help you turn your personal vision into reality. N5-347-14
6 Bringing the Vision to Life Listening to Learn Communication Leveraging Diversity Through Inclusiveness Generations in Scouting Coaching and Mentoring
N5-347-14 7 Listening to Learn Where did you have a chance to apply what you learned from this session? What are the Key Take-Home Messages?
N5-347-14 8 Listening to Learn Key Take-Home Messages We can all improve our ability to listen. Listening is a key element in communicating, learning, and leadership.
Feedback is a gift. N5-347-14 9 Communication Did you have a chance to do some communicating during the course? What are the Key Take-Home Messages?
N5-347-14 10 Communication Key Take-Home Message Good communication begins with good listening. Communication is essential to effective
leadership and high-performance teams. N5-347-14 11 Leveraging Diversity Through Inclusiveness N5-347-14
12 Leveraging Diversity Through Inclusiveness Did you see elements of valuing people during this course? Any examples of leveraging diversity? What are the Key Take-Home Messages?
N5-347-14 13 Leveraging Diversity Through Inclusiveness Key Take-Home Messages 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. N5-347-14 14 Generations in Scouting Where did you have a chance to apply what you learned from this session?
What are the Key Take-Home Messages? N5-347-14 15 Generations in Scouting Key Take-Home Messages Awareness and sensitivity to your peers
and followers views of the world is critical. Recognize your audience and modify your leadership style accordingly. N5-347-14 16 Coaching and Mentoring In what ways have you seen coaching
and mentoring used during this Wood badge course? What are the Key Take-Home Messages? N5-347-14 17 Coaching and Mentoring
Key Take-Home Messages When we accept positions of leadership, people will be looking up to us. Small things have big consequences. N5-347-14 18
Models for Success Stages of Team Development The Leading EDGE / The Teaching EDGE N5-347-14 19
Models for Success N5-347-14 20 Models for Success How did these models play out during the course? When and where?
What are the Key Take-Home Messages? N5-347-14 21 Models for Success Key Take-Home Messages Emotional investments between members
develop from shared experiences. The job of the leader is to move the team through the stages of development to become the best it can be. N5-347-14 22 Tools of the Trade
Project Planning Leading Change Problem Solving and Decision Making Managing Conflict Self-Assessment N5-347-14 23
Project Planning When did the learning from this session come into play? What are the Key Take-Home Messages? N5-347-14 24
Project Planning Key Take-Home Messages Before starting anything, establish goals and agree on an approach. Be prepared to think outside the box. N5-347-14 25
Leading Change How did leading change play a part in this course? What are the Key Take-Home Messages? N5-347-14 26
Leading Change Key Take-Home Messages Change is a fact of life. When change is needed, leading change can make it happen. When change is inevitable, leading change can make it a positive experience. N5-347-14
27 Problem Solving and Decision Making What opportunities did you have to practice problem solving and decision making? What are the Key Take-Home Messages?
N5-347-14 28 Problem Solving and Decision Making Key Take-Home Message When teams use an effective approach to problem solving, they can move more quickly toward high performance.
N5-347-14 29 Managing Conflict Were there opportunities as you worked on your patrol project to apply and experience some of the elements from this session?
What are the Key Take-Home Messages? N5-347-14 30 Managing Conflict Key Take-Home Messages Manage conflict by finding common
ground among individuals. High-performance teams quickly resolve conflict. N5-347-14 31 Self-Assessment During the course what opportunities
did you have for self-assessment? What are the Key Take-Home Messages? N5-347-14 32 Self-Assessment Key Take-Home Messages
Self-assessment is important to realize your full potential as a leader. This tool equips a leader to do his or her job in the unit or council. N5-347-14 33 Leading to Make a Difference
Servant Leadership Leaving a Legacy N5-347-14 34 Leading to Make a Difference During the course what opportunities did you have to make a difference?
What are the Key Take-Home Messages? N5-347-14 35 Leading to Make a Difference Key Take-Home Messages Values, mission, and vision can change
the world. The choice of how you will lead to make a difference in Scouting is up to you. Ask yourself, What will my legacy be? Then act to make it real. N5-347-14 36 N5-347-14
37 Review Reflect Enjoy N5-347-14 38
N5-347-14 39 N5-347-14 40 Wood Badge is not an end,
but a beginning! N5-347-14 41 Turn Your Dreams Into Reality N5-347-14 42
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