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As the incoming Family Readiness Group (FRG) leader, what are some tips to make the transition go smooth?  
One of the most productive things you can do is to communicate in advance with the outgoing Family Readiness Group (FRG) leader to obtain transition information (e.g., unit rosters, Appropriated funds, After Action Reports from events, etc.). The outgoing FRG leader can also brief you about community issues and give you a status report about the FRG such as ongoing issues, upcoming events they have planned, etc. The other thing you can do to make a smooth transition is to meet with the unit commander to discuss ideas and goals. Introduce yourself to community leaders with whom you may be working and also make a point to meet current FRG chairpersons. When you have your first FRG meeting, keep the agenda simple. Include introductions and perhaps take a survey of the members to see what their interests are. Learn more about leading an FRG from the Army Family Readiness Group Leader’s Handbook as well as from the other resources provided.
Keywords: change in leadership, Communications, Readiness, FRG

Question & Answer Service Providers  
Service ProviderReferenceMeans of Delivery
Army Community Service The Army Family Readiness Group Leader's Handbook Publication
Army Community Service Operation R.E.A.D.Y. Handbook Publication
U.S. Army Command and General Staff College Command Team Seminar
U.S. Army War College Spouse Battle Book Publication
U.S. Army War College It Takes a Team ( A Resource for the Company Commander's Spouse/ Representative)
U.S. Army War College Red Phase Blue Phase A Guide for the Training Battalion Commander's Spouse/Representative

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