Troop Management

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Troop Management :

Troop Management

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A troop like any other smoothly and keep it going. group of people living, working or playing together needs some form of management to make it run smoothly and keep it going.

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There are three aspects of troop management namely: -girl-leader planning -troop government -troop financing

Troop management in the Twinkler and Star troop is as its simpliest form because these girls are still young and inexperinced . The troop leader in these:

Troop management in the Twinkler and Star troop is as its simpliest form because these girls are still young and inexperinced . The troop leader in these

age level takes on most, if not all, of the responsibility of planning, decision –making, budgeting and handling of money. :

age level takes on most, if not all, of the responsibility of planning, decision –making, budgeting and handling of money.

In the junior program level, the leaders gradually withdraws from direct leadership to a shared leadership role, as girls helped to take over :

In the junior program level , the leaders gradually withdraws from direct leadership to a shared leadership role, as girls helped to take over

planning, troop government and financing. This is where Patrol System is fully implemented. :

planning, troop government and financing. This is where Patrol System is fully implemented.

In the senior and Cadet levels the girl are more Imature and experinced and this is where the shift of responsibility for troop management come to its final development. :

In the senior and Cadet levels the girl are more Imature and experinced and this is where the shift of responsibility for troop management come to its final development.

In the senior and Cadet levels the girl are more mature and experinced and this is where the shift of :

In the senior and Cadet levels the girl are more mature and experinced and this is where the shift of

responsibility for troop management come to its final development. A variation of patrol system happens where the:

responsibility for troop management come to its final development. A variation of patrol system happens where the

the leader serving more as an adviser and consultant. :

the leader serving more as an adviser and consultant.

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The leader can carry out by: *Giving the girls full trust and confidence – when they are trusted, girls set their own limits;

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*setting the example in living the Promise and Law. *impressing on the girls the fact as that members of the Girl Scout organization, they should abide by its policies and standards;

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* making them realize that there is a Girl Scout program and that within its framework are many possibilities and opportunities.

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A leader ‘s function in troop management are like the function in managing an office, a home or a business firm. These function are planning, initiating ideas, organizing, coordinating, communication, and evaluation .

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Planning The leader should think ahead of what she hopes her girls will achieve at the end of the year or what the troop meeting will be for coming week. she has to consider needs and interests of the girls, the resources available and how to involve the girls in the planning process .

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Initiating Ideas or Motivating A leader just starting to manage a troop should know the types of girls in her troop ranging from the shy, the lazy, the aggressive, the stubborn, and so on.

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Organization The work in the troop can be done in many ways. It can be divided so that work may be done by the girls either singly, in pairs, in patrols, in committees or in special groups.

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Communication The right information should get the right person at the right time. The routing information takes on many ways. Patrol leader have to give information to the patrol members.

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Coordinating A conductor of an orchestra the people playing assorted musical instruments to work in.

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harmony and come out with beautiful music through proper coordination. Without the conductor the result of the music played will not be as good

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Evaluation While the leader may periodically evaluate the progress of the troop, its activities and development of

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each individual members, she needs to help her girls ask the right questions and use the answers for future improvement.

THANK YOU. SITTIE JALILAH T. ABDUL-JALIL:

THANK YOU. SITTIE JALILAH T. ABDUL-JALIL

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