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A very warm welcome to The GLMW County Commissioner’s Launch Party. Your Hosts:. Grace Maddox. Charlie Roper. Domestics. Fire Alarm / Assembly Point Toilets Mobile Phones Tea/Coffee Break Programme for Today. Programme. Meet the team The Vision GLMW going forward County Development

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    1. A very warm welcome to The GLMW County Commissioner’s Launch Party

    2. Your Hosts: Grace Maddox Charlie Roper

    3. Domestics • Fire Alarm / Assembly Point • Toilets • Mobile Phones • Tea/Coffee Break • Programme for Today

    4. Programme • Meet the team • The Vision • GLMW going forward • County Development • Tea/Coffee Break • PACCAR – Our County site • Executive Matters • Question time

    5. We surveyed 100 leaders on their arrival today and asked them: “What do you know of your new CC?”

    6. 25% said ”Chad Lake’s Apprentice”

    7. 35% said “Gang Show Performer”

    8. 40% said ”Loves Ladies Clothes!”

    9. Terry KinghamCounty Commissioner

    10. A VERY BIG THANK YOU!

    11. Stuart WaltonDeputy County Commissioner

    12. Paul DicksonDirector of Strategy & Development Development, Media & Special Projects

    13. Nick VarneyDirector of Programme 6–25 Youth Programme, International & Activities

    14. Richard Williams14-25

    15. Chad LakeDirector of Adult Support Adult Support, Adult Training & Safeguarding

    16. Greater London Middlesex West The Vision

    17. Overview • Towards 2018 Vision • Providing Direction • Working with People • Achieving Results • Enabling Change • Using Resources • Managing time, talents and skills

    18. Towards 2018 • Scouting in GLMW in 2018 will be:• Shaped by young people in partnership with adults• Enjoyed by more young people and more adult volunteers• As diverse as the communities in which we live • This will be delivered in GLMW through… A section for everyone

    19. Towards 2018 • Scouting in GLMW in 2018 will:• Make a positive impact in our communities• Prepare young people to be active citizens• Embrace and contribute to social change • Members of Scouting in GLMW in 2018 will feel:• Empowered• Valued• Proud

    20. Providing Direction • Review the County Development Plan to ensure it is clear, easily understood with SMART targets • Take full accountability for County issues, resolving them to a satisfactory conclusion in a collaborative manner, including complaints/Safeguarding all • Where necessary re-align struggling Groups/Districts to stronger active areas with outstanding leadership • Regular updates direct from the County to Leadership Team

    21. Working with people • Engage with both GLMW Jamboree Units to ensure young people build on Jamboree experience and are found and place members into appropriate roles • Appoint a County Young Leader Champion • Recognise and reward Adult service fairly • Create a culture where direct feedback is the norm • Track newly recruited leaders by LDO • Carry out exit surveys for leaders leaving

    22. Achieving Results • Delivery at the most appropriate level (District, County or Region) – demonstrating best practice • Track newly recruited leaders by LDO • Carry out Exit surveys for leaders leaving • Regular and consistent performance reviews • Celebrate County Achievements and Successes • Queen Scout/Explorer Belt Dinner/Dance • Adult Award Celebrations • County Garden/Tea/BBQ type functions • Quality Balanced Programme recognition

    23. Enabling Change • Review County Team Structure • Appointment of the right people in to Senior Leadership Roles – balance of experience and youth • Chad & Paul – Nick & Stuart • Create a culture and environment where sharing best practice and empowering leaders is the norm • Review Adult Leader Training to ensure our product and delivery is still relevant and flexible

    24. Using Resources • Ensure Paccar activity and event programme dovetails into one County Programme. • Positive engagement with Active Support Units/Paccar crews so they support and embrace the Programme. • Manage County paid staff and ensure their activity meets and supports the County Vision.

    25. Managing Time, Talents and Skills • Structured meetings with agendas • Using modern technology to support the delivery of the county plan • Engagement with the County Training Team • Re-establish/Introduce behaviours to ensure adults work together

    26. County Development

    27. GLMW CC’s Launch28th January, 2012County Development Update February – September 2011Paul R Dickson – Director of Strategy & Development

    28. But, before I start! Kandersteg 2013

    29. Kandersteg 2013 www.glmwscouts.org.uk/kandersteg2013 • When? • 19th to 30th August, 2013 • How much? • £470 - £520 per person estimated dependant on exchange rates. • What to do? • From 1st January – Staff Registration • From 1st February – Group Registration

    30. GLMW CC’s Launch28th January, 2012County Development Update February – September 2011Paul R Dickson – Director of Strategy & Development

    31. County Development Update • Headlines • DGB Update • Statistics • Development Targets • Questions

    32. Development Grants Board Update • Met with two representatives of the DGB in October, including Mark Tarry. • Very impressed with the results, especially • Roll out of Development / Action Planning Days across the Districts & Groups. • Improved engagement of Districts • Event based recruitment • Recommending final tranche of £20K & presentation at the National Development Day.

    33. Headlines • Adult recruitment from National Membership Enquiries down by 51% to only 64 adult enquiries • Youth recruitment from National Membership Enquiries down 10% • Event based recruitment has been a great success. So far a total of 204 Adults and 146 youth enquiries. • Development / Action Planning Days (RAG analysis) are seen as a success by the DGB

    34. National Membership Enquiries01/02/11 – 30/09/1164 adults

    35. National Membership Enquiries01/02/11 – 30/09/11 639 Young People

    36. National Membership Enquiries Of the 639 YP volunteers, 167 ticked the ‘Parent Rota’ option

    37. Our aims and objectives • All are interrelated – get one right and the others begin to fall in place, similarly the objectives are interrelated within the RAG analysis, both vertically through the movement and horizontally across the Groups. • All are targeted at growth • All are aligned with County, Regional & National objectives

    38. Objective 1 • To ensure that each District has a District Development Plan. • 2011/12 - 6 out 12 complete - 50% • Development / Action Planning Days (RAG analysis) are seen as a success by the DGB • 2012/13 – target all 12 Districts to complete a day • This is an essential criteria for gaining the DGB funding • These events should become annual events for all Districts and Groups

    39. Objective 1 • To ensure that each District has a District Development Plan. Why? • To introduce you to the principle's and process of a RAG analysis, prioritisation and action planning. • Give you confidence in using these tools with the intention of helping you reproduce these sessions with your groups and ultimately their sections. • To introduce a consistent approach across the organisation

    40. Objective 1 • To ensure that each District has a District Development Plan. Changes • Now available as either as a one day or a two evening event. • Each Plan now has the Initial Aim pre-determined – the rollout of this process to all groups in the District, to embed it as part of the Annual Review Process and the “Way we work” • Support for nominated Groups to have three month rolling support from the LDO. • County facilitation to Groups available

    41. Objective 2 • To establish a team of District Development Facilitators who will be able to work with the County Development Officer in the implementation of District Development Plans • In parallel with objective 1 • Desirable if this is a dedicated post reporting to the DC • Rollout to Groups – consistency!

    42. Objective 3 • To recruit 100 adult volunteers within each calendar year • Improved management of membership enquires • Focussed recruitment within Groups • Event based recruitment at both District & Group level

    43. Objective 4 • Continued retention and induction of adult volunteers • Generic Induction Pack • The County, Districts and Groups encouraged to follow induction, review and retention processes • County Induction Days • Activity / Action based training

    44. Objective 5 • Exit Surveys • Establish a series of exit interviews for Leaders leaving the movement to ascertain the reasons for leaving