Follow the White Stag

Copyright © 1981— , Brian Phelps. All rights reserved. Short portions may be excerpted for review and quotes. FOR copyright purposes, only introductory portions of this book are available online. order your own copy today.
Chapter 1 — Introduction
  Why This Book
  What This Book is About
  Who This Book is For
  How this Book is Organized

Chapter 2 — Principles of Leadership
  Leadership and Leaders: the Direct Approach
  Leadership Can be Learned
  About Leaders

Chapter 3 — Applying The Patrol Method
  Baden Powell's Insight
  Forming Patrols

Chapter 4 — Youth Protection
  About Youth Protection
  Standards for Protecting Youth
  Signs of Abuse
  Your Responsibility

Chapter 5 — Developing Staff Leadership
  Identifying Youth for Staff Leadership
  Leading Songs
  Leading Games

Chapter 6 — Developing Learning Hurdles
  About Hurdles
  An Instructional Strategy

Chapter 7 — Leadership Development By Design
  Group Dynamics and the Leadership Curriculum
  Presenting the Leadership Competencies

Chapter 8 — Getting and Giving Information
  About Getting and Giving Information
  Getting Information
  Retrieving Information
  Giving Information
  How To Keep Notes
  Communicating With Learners
  "Chris" and The Learning Process
  Managing Your Physical Behavior
  Avoiding Buzz Words
  Using Wall and Flip Charts Effectively

Chapter 9 — Understanding Group Needs and Characteristics
  About Understanding Group Needs and Characteristics
  Understanding Motives
  Assessing Values
  Evaluating Norms

Chapter 10 — Knowing and Understanding Group Resources
  About Group Resources
  Types of Resources
  Drawing on Group Resources

Chapter 11 — Controlling the Group
  About Controlling the Group
  Facilitating Group Behavior

Chapter 12 — Counseling
  About Counseling
  Why Counseling
  Setting Up the Counseling Situation
  Seven Fundamental Counseling Techniques
  Five Possible Responses

Chapter 13 — Setting the Example
  About Setting the Example
  Seven Key Ways to Set an Example

Chapter 14 — Representing the Group
  About Representing the Group
  When the Need is Known
  No Notice--What Next?

Chapter 15 — Planning
  About Planning
  Principles of Planning
  Five Phases Of Planning

Chapter 16 — Evaluation
  About Evaluation
  Developing and Writing Goals
  Writing Concrete Objectives
  Designing Evaluation Instruments
  Managing the Evaluation Process

Chapter 17 — Sharing Leadership
  About Sharing Leadership
  Models for Leadership
  Selecting a Leadership Style
  Improving Job Relevant Maturity

Chapter 18 — Manager of Learning
  About Manager of Learning
  A Method for Leadership
  Guided Discovery
  Teach/Learn
  Application
  Evaluation
  Long-term Application

Appendix A — Teach/Learn Methods
  About Teach/Learn Methods

Appendix B — Key Words in Instructional Objectives
  Make Objectives Explicit
  Phrases and Verbs to Avoid

Glossary

Acknowledgments

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Copyright © 1981— , Brian Phelps. All rights reserved. Short portions may be excerpted for review and quotes. For copyright purposes, only introductory portions of this book are available online. order your own copy today.