Actually provide growth opportunities, instead of keeping people in boxes.
For Supply Group, stop cutting hours. Stop all the demands to see badges in house. Territory managers need to be nicer to employees.
Respect the professional staff and understand that it costs the volunteers more in time, money, and patience when you push out a professional because of idiotic reasons.
Answered - District Executive (Former Employee) - Utah
Not sure that I could answer that.
Answered - Senior District Executive (Former Employee) - St. Louis, MO
Support and work the program as it has been designed and working for decades.
Answered - District Executive (Former Employee) - Birmingham, AL
Tell them up front what the job entails, the real story behind the politics
Answered - District Executive (Former Employee) - Columbus, GA
Better Communication. Listen very carefully to what your team says and research your camps and areas.
Answered - SCOUTREACH PARAPROFESSIONAL (Former Employee) - Wilmington, DE
This wasn't really their fault, they were trying to make due in a very hard time at Council. I would recommend them having a back up plan in case someone leaves the Council in short notice.
Answered - Reservations Specialist (Former Employee) - Griffin, GA
Pay your people at least competitively, get management that care.
Answered - Customer Service Rep (Current Employee) - Tampa, FL
There's not much they can do. It was a summer job.
Answered - Archery Director (Former Employee) - Beaver, UT