Report to the district commissioner.
Conduct monthly roundtable meetings.
Develop regular roundtable plans.
Participate in the annual council roundtable planning conference.
Meet with the district executive and district commissioner to review the council's master roundtable plan and adapt to the district plans.
Lead a monthly roundtable planning session.
Use national aids: Boy Scout, Varsity Scout, Venturer, or Cub Scout Roundtable Planning Guide, Roundtable Planning Sheets, Scouting magazine, Program Helps, Boy's Life, etc.
Determine what contributions can be made by resource people, and arrange for their participation.
Recruit roundtable staff, as needed, to handle program elements, projects, physical arrangements, hosting, and participation.
Coach the chartered organization representative.
Involve unit adults in training and roundtables.
Train roundtable staff.
Use the Boy Scout, Cub Scout, Varsity Scout, or Venturer Roundtable Planning Guide.
Working well in advance, assign specific roundtable program projects.
Follow through with those who have accepted assignments.
Secure help from commissioner staff.
Report on roundtable plans regularly at each district commissioner staff meeting.
Enlist the district commissioner's cooperation in getting unit commissioners to attend roundtables.
Promote roundtable attendance.
Obtain the unit commissioner's help in bringing new leaders to roundtables.
Follow up on units not participating.
At least twice a year appraise the effectiveness of roundtables.
Seek suggestions from unit leaders.