Communicate well. Be consistent but flexible. Ask for help when you need it. Those are just a few of the 10 tips for patrol leaders found here.
A Scout is courteous, and wearing antiperspirant is the courteous thing to do. But this week I learned I've been using antiperspirant wrong all my life.
Cub Scout leaders will want to bookmark the new CubScouts.org, a site that links you to everything you'll need for successful Cub Scouting.
For today's Tuesday Talkback, please read and consider an email from a Scoutmaster looking for ways to honor a Scout leader who has died.
Make sure your Boy Scout troop library is fully stocked with these Scouting essentials. They'll help make your troop the best it can be.
Vol. 1 of the "Troop Leader Guidebook" — the top resource for Scoutmasters, assistant Scoutmasters, committee members and involved parents — is available.
You earn the BSA's Eagle Scout award as a youth, but the title stays with you well into adulthood. That's why you never say someone *was* an Eagle Scout.
With just five minutes and a couple of items available at your local hardware store, you can make a camp washing machine. Your tentmate will thank you.
Should your unit bank account have a large balance you carry over from year to year? That question about unit accounts is answered in this Ask the Expert.
You can find all of these new recruiting tools in the new Marketing & Membership Hub. Go ahead and bookmark it now. You'll want to return again and again.