Finance: Build a proven financial process that results in the needed operating and capital funds.
Membership: Teach district volunteers to present Scouting’s opportunities to all youth within their districts helping them see the advantage in doing so.
Program: Be prepared at all times to support district program (camping and outdoor program, activities and civic service, training and advancement and recognition) committees, and be planned well into the future to provide advanced training opportunities, especially those sponsored by LDS Stakes.
District Operations: Develop successfully functioning district chairs and committees.
Asset Management: Organize asset management around Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) principles providing state of the art camping facilities.
- Be prepared by developing a testimony of Christ (Testimony)
- Be prepared through personal growth (Personal Growth)
- Be prepared to be missionaries (Mission Prep)
- Be prepared by doing hard things (Confidence)
- Be prepared to be husbands and fathers (Life Prep)
- Be prepared by being physically strong, mentally awake and morally straight (Scout Oath)
Administration: Produce an updated Strategic Plan for the council, draft a 10 year strategic plan, draft budgets in a timely fashion and mitigate risk.
Nominating Committee: Selects a slate of council leaders who will be responsible for achieving the council objectives of ensuring that every unit and district are on the “Journey to Excellence,” thereby increasing the effectiveness of Scouting in every youth member’s life. Additionally, it will maintain lists of potential candidates and meet periodically throughout the year to assess those candidates and using a 10 year strategic plan, steer the nominating committee through the selection of Executive Board members to accomplish that plan.