In a Boy Scout Troop, If things are going well, about the only time an adult says anything during a troop meeting is when the Scoutmaster gives the Scoutmaster’s Minute. Other than that, the meeting is run by the Scouts themselves. The same thing is true for hikes, campouts, service projects, and everything else.
Adult leaders are there, of course, but they’re more like coaches. The Scoutmaster and assistant Scoutmasters train
the youth leaders and then stand on the sidelines watching them in action.