Tag Archives: communication

By Utah National Parks Council
Sep 10, 2017

Let Them Lead: Communicating Well (part 2)

In order to reach your eternal potential and do the work the Lord has for you, you need to know how to communicate and listen well. “Many articles in Church literature have dealt with the important art of listening. They support a proverb that teaches this vital lesson: ‘Hear counsel, and receive instruction, that thou […]

By Utah National Parks Council
Jun 04, 2017

Let Them Lead: Communicating Well

In order to do the work the Lord has for you, you need to know how to speak, and learn to recognize what messages you send with your body language and voice inflection. “Heavenly Father has given us a priceless gift in our capacity to communicate with each other. Our communications are at the core […]

By Darryl Alder
Sep 27, 2016

How Can We Involve Families in Cub Scouting?

Cub Scouting is different from soccer or 4-H in that it emphasizes a family connection that features parents as Akela, or the leader of the pack. As such, there needs to be a special partnership between the Wolf and Bear Scout and an adult partner, no matter if it is mom and dad, mom or dad, stepparents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, or any […]

By Melany Gardner
May 21, 2016

How the Utah National Parks Council is Addressing Your Scouting Concerns

It’s important for any organization to seek feedback from their customers, to evaluate service, measure effectiveness, and make changes as necessary. In the case of the Utah National Parks Council, BSA, concern for the welfare of young people and our volunteers who deliver the program compels us to seek comments from those we serve to […]