Poor Performing Committee Chair in Open Discussion - Program Posted May 14, 2020 15 hours ago, InquisitiveScouter said: First, be kind. Every person you know is fighting a great battle. Including you. What is their battle? Present them with facts and ask them to follow through. Offer to help only if you can (don't put another rock in your own rucksack). Focus on behavior, not the individual. "You said you would do X by the end of March. It isn't done. How can I help you complete the task?" A word of caution...make sure your own house is in order first... I am constantly managing our Committee Chair, but events in his personal life are understandably distracting him. We have no functioning COR. So, I am de facto COR and CC while being SM. Ain't nobody got time for that I am kind, trust me. My experiences were all before this. When I had to be Cubmaster, Den Leader, and Committee chair because they couldn't or wouldn't do their job. So that is my experience. I was kind by helping carry their load. When I have committee members sign up to do things and not follow through which lets the youth down, I am there to pick up the pieces. Because I am hear for the youth. I am not doing this for the adults. So let me know how I am not being kind?