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Patrol Leader

10 Commandments

Patrol Leaders and Seconds ~ You and Your Patrol

  1. Try by your own cheerful enthusiasm to make your Patrol the best at as many things as possible;
  2. Set everyone a good example by your conduct;
  3. Take a personal interest in everyone in your Patrol;
  4. Remember your first camp and give your first campers the encouragement you needed;
  5. Your fire is your chief servant and if you select a good place for him, and treat him with care, he will save you many hours of futile effort;
  6. Give jobs to everyone in the Patrol and if necessary show them how to do them properly, do not assume that they will know the first time ~ show them how to select wood for the fire, where to get this from, etc;
  7. Notice all good effort and be hardworking yourself;
  8. Make your criticisms mustard-spoon size (and don’t moan or nag continually), but give generous shovel-size helpings of encouragement;
  9. Build a Patrol spirit. Have a totem, a yell, a song and a saying (initials only);
  10. Enjoy yourself and the satisfaction of doing a man-sized job well.

Maybe the above you could consider as the Patrol Leader’s Ten Commandments or Patrol Leader’s Law.

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