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As the year concludes and you enter a new world of possibilities, it’s important to self-reflect on how the year has gone, and do some soul searching on strategies to improve your scouts’ experience in the program. With a new year on the horizon, there are so many ways to make this year better than ever before! Goal-setting can make a huge difference as you strive to support Girl Scouts and troop volunteers.
If you’ve never sat down and done some intentional, concrete goal-setting for your troop before, now is the time to give it a shot! Trust me, your girls can sense the difference between a well-prepared, purposeful leader and one who is just scraping by. If you don’t know where to start, don’t worry! I’ve compiled a list of customized goal-setting questions that any troop leader can use to set goals.
A great way to bring these goals to life is to sit down with a pen and paper or your laptop, select the questions that resonate with you the most, and write down all of your answers with honesty. You can use the answers to these template questions to set specific short-term and long-term goals that you can start putting into action today.
A lot of Girl Scout troop leaders’ goal-setting is centered around organization, or would at least be assisted by increased structure. One of the best ways to put your goal setting in action is to use organizational tools that will help you feel put together. I have so many resources available on my site that can help you create organized troop plans.
I know that coming up with your own activities, organizational tools, and patch ideas can be tough, especially if you’re a new troop leader. That’s why I’ve created this community! Once you start implementing my ideas and tools, you will see a drastic change in your troop meetings. You can also join our Facebook group to get support from other leaders.
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Being a scout leader doesn’t have to be difficult, but it does take work to succeed. If you invest yourself in goal-setting and make sure all your adult volunteers are on the same page, the coming year of scouts can be your best year yet!
Enjoy every minute being a leader and continue to inspire your girls!
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