Voyageur Leadership Award
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This badge helps Scouts assume positive and active roles within their local community by developing their leadership attitudes, knowledge and skills. 
- Show your ability to be a contributing member of a group by planning and participating in a patrol/troop activity which meets a requirements of the Voyageur level - OUTDOOR SKILLS.
- Discuss the difference between a "boss" and a "leader" with your Court of Honour or Patrol in Council. Provide examples of each style through role play with your Patrol members.
- Select a person who has a leadership role in your community and discuss and evaluate their methods. In your own words, explain what makes this person a good leader. Examples of this person might include coaches, Scout leaders, teachers, and service club members.
- Describe the roles and responsibilities of the patrol leader, assistant patrol leader, activity leader and Scout leader.
- Help plan a skills or activity session for the troop, and evaluate how the session went.
- Discuss the function and purpose of the Court of Honour and patrol meeting.
- Develop and practice a home fire plan with your family. Discuss the successes and identify the shortcomings of your plan
- Taken from MEASURING SUCCESS - THE SCOUTING WAY