Written by Tom Armstrong Saturday, 10 December 2011 12:26
This section is designed to help Commissioners evaluate (page 57 of Fieldbook Feb 2012) their effectiveness as Commissioners in helping our units on their Journey to Excellence.
Unit Health Report is a BSA requirement to be created at least 2 times every year. The DBC will normally review the data in January and July with data thru December and June for all active units. Every unit in the council is different and has unique challenges and opportunities. This scorecard is designed to help the Commissioning and Professional staff provide better unit service by trying to identify units that appear to need help. It does this by using the key metrics of retention, advancement, number of youth, JTE status. These are the only key pieces of data that are easily available at the unit level on a "timely" basis. The report will show the data that is available via Council and national records.
Journey to Excellence is the BSA's new council/ district /unit, performance recognition program designed to encourage and reward success and measure the performance of our units, districts, and councils. It replaced the Centennial Quality Awards Program starting in 2010 as a means of encouraging excellence in providing a quality program at all levels of the BSA.
Unit Visit Tracking System is a tool for those in commissioner service to record and review information about their contact with the units they serve. With regular and consistent use, this system can provide each commissioner an "at-a-glance" overview of recent visits and a history of communications with each unit, which can help to provide timely and consistent support.
Last Updated on Thursday, 09 August 2012 17:24