Manager & Supporter Training LME

Enabling Change (LME)

 

Learning Methods:

  • Enabling Change Independent Learning
  • Meeting the Challenges Course
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    Topics covered:

    Topics Covered:

     

  • Being open to and supportive of change and new ideas aimed at improving local Scouting.
  • Managing change effectively and situations and circumstances in which change management is required in local Scouting.
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    Below explains what the learner is required to do to satisfy the criteria for the LMP section. Remember all your life skills and experience can be taken into when meeting with your Training Adviser.

    To validate this module learners will need to complete the following:Evidence may include one or more of the following:Requires RevalidationRelevant Role
    Explain how you support and encourage adults to think of new and creative ways to improve local Scouting. Cover how you:
  • Give constructive feedback on those ideas
  • Encourage and support further work on them.
  • A discussion with your Training Adviser
  • Copy of plans created by others you have supported showing new and creative ways to improve local Scouting
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    Describe how to effectively manage change and give examples of situations and circumstances in which change management is required in local Scouting
  • Discussion with your Training Adviser
  • Written review of changes made in local Scouting
  • Witness statement from those involved/affected by the change
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    Describe the reasons behind people’s resistance to change and how you would lead them successfully through the change, where possible using a real example.
  • Discussion with your Training Adviser
  • Written reasons why people are resistant to change and how you would lead them through it
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    Put your phone down and what are you left with? Just teamwork, courage and the skills to succeed.’
    Bear Grylls, Chief Scout Bear Grylls