Four of our PLs went to a PL session that was organised by our County team and peer educator. They agreed that they'd all had a great time, and they have learned lots about what makes a good leader, but their feedback is that they now want some practical support in being a good leader - dealing with he times when their patrols are not running smoothly. Examples of situations they've come up with are when the louder ones dominate but the PL wants to encourage the quieter Guides to have their say; when they want to encourage everyone in the patrol to take a turn when running multi-step activities, and when they are trying to find a way that means that the minority in a patrol can do an activity even when the majority will never vote for it. We've talked briefly and they have come up with the usual ideas between them, but I'd like to have a more organised brainstorming session with them, and suggest some other ideas that they might not think of for themselves. So far, we have the 'talking spoon', and everyone doing something before the first person can take another turn, and I've suggested that they bring the outvoted ideas to PLC as well as the chosen ones, because we don't always have to work in patrols, and there may be other girls from across the wider unit who want to do those activities. My questions is - how do you support your PLs? What other strategies do your PLs use, and I could add to their list of options? Thank you for your help!