Becoming a Leader
The adult volunteers who are responsible for the running of the Unit are called Leaders. They set the tone, generate the atmosphere and demonstrate the Guiding principles so that they become intrinsic for the girls. There is a support network of volunteers and staff available to help each volunteer on her leadership journey.
The licence to be a recognised Leader in IGG is called a warrant. To hold a warrant you must be an enrolled member of IGG. To become an enrolled adult member of the organisation – you must successfully complete the screening process and either make or reaffirm your Promise as a Leader.
Promise and Law for the Leader
When you become a Leader you will learn about the significance of the Promise and Law in our programme. Our Leaders are expected to set a high standard and act as positive role models for the girls in the way they work together as a team, the way they wear our uniform and the pride they take in being a member of the Irish Girl Guides.
When being enrolled as Leaders, the Promise made is the Guide Promise: