Being a big fan of the Leading Teams model, and understanding the importance of Change Management, I was destined to, at some point in time, read Martine Harkin's article "3 common obstacles to organisational change and how to overcome them", which was published on the Leading Teams "Culture Change" blog in June this year. The take-away for me.... … Continue reading How to overcome Change!
There have been papers written on the importance of diversity within the Boardroom, yet there is still very much a trend for Boards to remain, old, male and stale. There have been some inroads made, however if you consider the length of time we have been talking about this, it is a very low rate … Continue reading True Diversified Governance is the Key to Success
Quoting Johnny Cash, the man of readjustment, is a great way to kick off this blog. The G.R.O.W.T.H. acronym is a winner also.
Written by Eric C., MA., PhD Candidate
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“You build on failure. You use it as a stepping stone. Close the door on the past. You don’t try to forget the mistakes, but you don’t dwell on it. You don’t let it have any of your energy, or any of your time, or any of your space.” ~Johnny Cash
Mr. Cash was a smart man who brilliantly summed up how we should treat our mistakes. We must acknowledge that making mistakes is ubiquitous and part of being alive. In our lifetime we will have the opportunity to make many mistakes, some small and others large. Each mistake is an opportunity to receive the gift of growth. How we handle our mistakes is indicative of how we feel about ourselves. We need to allow ourselves to make mistakes without letting our internal voice tell us that we…
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In this situation, it would be fair to say that as a professional organisation, with paid employees, AFLNT would have a better chance of assisting a player over an amateur club.
Here lies an enigmatic mistake, if the AFLNT wants to instigate change in the behaviour of the clubs, they should design a process for investigating and resolving complaints of alleged violations of their policies, that is fair, neutral, and equitable.
One of the greatest challenges we confront on a day-to-day basis is convincing people to change or at least think differently about how to reach an outcome.