Learn to manage a Scout’s anger in this month’s ScoutCast

scoutcast-logo1Like The Hulk, you don’t wanna see Scouts when they get angry.

But it’s a natural human emotion, so it’s bound to happen in your troop. When it does, do you know how to respond?

Learn how in this month’s ScoutCast, the monthly podcast for Boy Scout leaders.

Download the episode or listen to it through your browser to hear an interesting conversation with Suzette Rizzi, a 25-year licensed social worker in Illinois and a member of the National Committee for Scouts With Special Needs, as she shares with us the skills and strategies for manage anger in ourselves and the youth in our troop.

April 2013 CubCast

cubcast-logoCub Scout leaders, you’ve got a podcast just for you as well — the CubCast. This month’s topic: Cub Scout outdoor programs.

We know that fishing, sleeping under the stars, and toasting marshmallows can be so much fun — but only if you do it right.

That’s where Jennifer Mooney, camping director for the Cascade Pacific Council in Portland, Ore., comes in. Jennifer has been working at Cub Worlds since she was in high school, so she’s speaks with authority when discussing the importance of camping for our young members and how camping at a young age affects retention. 

Where’s CubCast and ScoutCast on iTunes?

I’m glad you asked.

CubCast is now available via iTunes at this link and on FeedBurner at this link.

ScoutCast has been submitted to iTunes and the ScoutCast team hopes to have it available within the next couple of weeks. It is available on Feedburner at this link

One thought on “Learn to manage a Scout’s anger in this month’s ScoutCast

  1. Bryan, as they say, timing is everything. I too recently went to Wood Badge. One of my goals is to provide Anger Management, Anger Awareness, Conflict Resolution training to my son’s troop before they head off to Summer Camp this year. My presentation goes into greater detail and is for the scouts (scout-centric vs scouter-centric). That said, this podcast was a good overview that contact leaders should find informative. Thanks for sharing it on your Blog.

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