1. Sincerely try to build the ideals of Scouting into the character of his boys......

2. Attend Troop meetings regularly ................

3. Enjoy camping and other outdoor activities.........

4. Win the friendship of each individual boy, and maintain such close relation that he would always know whether or not the boy was getting satisfaction and benefit out of the program..

5. Lead the boys to make their own decisions as to program, and help them carry out those decisions, instead of imposing a program upon them ....................

6. Provide a supply of ideas for program activities from which the Scouts may choose when they lack ideas of their own ...............

7. Help his Patrol Leaders plan a progressive program

8. Delegate the responsibility for carrying out the program to his junior leaders..

9. Get boys, Committeemen and parents to cooperate with his plans and ideals.......

10. Make use of the expert assistance available in the Council to benefit his Troop

11. Lead his Troop to participate in the Council program

12. Recognize promptly any activity which would endanger the safety of his Scouts and take steps to safeguard them ....................

13. Recognize and stop promptly any activity which would give any boy the feeling of being ignored or humiliated

14. Live the principles of the Oath and Law - particularly set an excellent example in

(a) reliability in keeping any promise he makes.

(b) readiness to help in civic activities .......

(c) clean speech, thought and action ...........

(d) respect for convictions of others ................

Build a similar attitude in those with whom he is willing to associate and secure it by personality and example rather than "preaching" Give a reliable recommendation for a boy's advancement; meaning that all the requirements have been honestly interpreted and fully met .....................

15. Work sympathetically with his Sponsoring Institution, promoting only such activities as are consistent with its policy............

16. Keep sponsoring institution fully informed of Troop activities ..................

17. Does he prove successful in his own field.............

18. Gain the respect of boys' parents .................

Appraised by.................

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