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Some activities and programs cannot be corrected if they are not planned effectively, and the opportunity they presented for youth is lost. Continuous Improvement. The best way to achieve quality is to improve the processes associated with creating youth services. The job of any youth leader should be to find ways to continuously improve upon programs and services. Constantly searching out new ways of doing things better, more cost efficiently and/or in a way that is more meaningful to youth. Establish a goal of making one small change in every program every week to improve the quality.
You will learn how to develop program offerings in a way that allows youth freedom within structure, that offers them opportunities for leadership and influence, and that are based on sound principles of supervision, risk management and behavior management. References Carnegie Council on Adolescent DevelopmentTask Force on Youth Development and Community Programs (1992). A Matter of Time: Risk and Opportunity in the Nonschool Hours. New York: Carnegie Corporation of New York. , J. Eccles, & I. O'Brian (1985).