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Talent Management

What is Talent Management?

The Scout Associations aim is to develop young people to their full potential, but we want our adult volunteers to be supported to reach their full potential as well. Were always on the look out for the next District Commissioner or Group Scout Leader.

Talent management is about identifying people to fill these positions early on, then developing the individual with directed learning and experience, before supporting them to find the right role for them.

View full details of the Talent Management model.

How does this work in practice?If you are keen to take on a more senior role in the Association, speak to your Group Scout Leader or District Commissioner. They can help to find opportunities for you to develop until the opportunity for a more appropriate role comes up.

Such opportunities might include:

This work all forms part of The Scout Association’s Talent Management Model, which has been adopted nationally to help develop our volunteers to their full potential.



Talent management video


Who will be there to support me?

As always in Scouting, you will have the support of your line manager. Dependent on your role, this will usually be a Group Scout Leader, District Explorer Scout Commissioner or District Commissioner.

You will also be teamed up with a Mentor. A mentor is an experienced manager who can act as a sounding board and support you as you develop.

Who can I speak to for more information?

Your line manager is the key person to speak to locally, but if you are having any trouble you can speak to Adult Support at Gilwell Park

 

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