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TOPIC: What would you say to the CEO in a one on one?

careyg What would you say to the CEO in a one on one? 2 months 1 week ago #1

careyg
I had some trouble filling out the survey this year as it kept sending me back to the start when I was near the end.
In the end I just put my thoughts in an email and hit send and got a response 3 days later. The end result was, maybe Ill get Dale Alcock to give you a call next week.
I'd love to know what you'd say to him if you had the chance? Constructively I mean
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ChilliEater What would you say to the CEO in a one on one? 2 months 1 week ago #2

ChilliEater
Metaphorically speaking - Rosich and Harris took purple and tried to turn it into beige. I'd like him to bring the purple back.
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mac What would you say to the CEO in a one on one? 2 months 1 week ago #3

mac
Dale seems to everywhere at the moment.
A Channel 7 Perth after Bed time show talking about being able to have a beer on our beach's.
A West story about his vision of sinking to Freo rail.
A radio discussion on a idea city pool on the Swan.
Can he just stop dreaming and roll up his sleeves and build a successful football team.
No red tape...the foundations are there...
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cenzo What would you say to the CEO in a one on one? 2 months 1 week ago #4

cenzo
The Board was courageous with the decision to remove Lyon and Rosich.
They need to show the same courage with their choice of replacements.
With regard to the CEO, I believe an experienced hand is needed to guide the ship; someone who has demonstrated an ability to build on the base Rosich started; ensuring a winning culture permeates through the organisation. It is necessary the new person is media savy too, as dealing with the media in a two-AFL team town is tricky. I do not know if any eastern states candidate would fit the job description other than ex-North Melbourne man Mark Brayshaw, Unfortunately, I see a potential conflict of interest as he is Andrew, Angus, and Hamish Brayshaw's father. Similarly, because we live in a 2 team town, the candidates locally come from a small puddle.
Finding the right coach is paramount. I do not believe the coach needs to have a Fremantle background; he just needs to be the right coach. When Malthouse went to West Coast, he brought a professional approach with him that ticked the boxes needed for his team to achieve success. Similarly, the new coach at Fremantle needs all the skills that a "good coach needs" in order to succeed,
However, more than anything else, he needs the administrative side of the organisation (ie, the Club Board of Management, CEO, Director of Football, Fitness and Medical best practice, through to the Boot Studder and the like) to be on the "same page of the same hymn book".
And THAT is what the CEO must bring to Fremantle Football Club.
Cenzo
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jezzaargh What would you say to the CEO in a one on one? 2 months 1 week ago #5

jezzaargh
Brayshaw’s from WA.

There might be a perceived conflict of interest, but surely it is rarely a real live issue and when it is, it can be managed. Is the CEO at the selection table, setting salaries for individual players or sorting out player contract extensions? If so, are they doing that all alone?
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DS What would you say to the CEO in a one on one? 2 months 1 week ago #6

DS
No, the CEO isn’t at the selection table, setting salaries for individual players or sorting out player contract extensions but he/she employs those that are. And that is where the conflict lies. Do those that do those jobs have in the back of their minds when making decisions about Andy Brayshaw that they are dealing with their bosses son? Impossible to say for sure but it’s definitely a perceived conflict of interest. Which makes the idea of Mark Brayshaw being our next CEO impossible.
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mac What would you say to the CEO in a one on one? 2 months 1 week ago #7

mac
Can't see a conflict of interest as everyone has to perform their role.
I can see it being beneficial.
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DS What would you say to the CEO in a one on one? 2 months 1 week ago #8

DS
How is it beneficial to ask people to make decisions about their bosses son?
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rogerrocks What would you say to the CEO in a one on one? 2 months 1 week ago #9

rogerrocks
I'd ask them what their vision for the club is, who they think the key stakeholders are, and how they think they can best support those people. I'd be particularly keen on what they'll be doing for the supporters. I'd ask how we are going to differentiate ourselves from the Eagles.

A lot of the little things that the club has done for supporters in recent years have been good. The little people have been working hard and doing good things - maybe even the big people. But the overall direction has been the problem.
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Montrachet What would you say to the CEO in a one on one? 2 months 1 week ago #10

Montrachet
Part of Fremantle's problem is that it has always focussed on differentiating itself with WC, meanwhile WC just focus on winning footy games.
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pollyanna What would you say to the CEO in a one on one? 2 months 1 week ago #11

pollyanna
I take it that the question relates to the future CEO - if that's the case I don't know what I would say (probably just g'day).

But if you're talking about the former CEO - boy oh boy, where would I start...
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demo1 What would you say to the CEO in a one on one? 2 months 1 week ago #12

demo1
Can we go back to Freo soon and Can you stop playing loud crappy music in the breaks so I can have a chat to my mates without always pretending to hear what they are saying?
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rogerrocks What would you say to the CEO in a one on one? 2 months 1 week ago #13

rogerrocks
But Montratchet, we have to differentiate ourselves from the Eagles - otherwise the average person just goes and barracks for the team that wins more often. And for a few years now that hasn't been us.
Of course we want to win more games - it goes without saying. But in terms of marketing, we need a difference - like having a readily accessible training ground in the heart of Fremantle. Like having a fun jumper, and a "different" song. Its pretty galling to fail while trying to copy someone successful. If we are going to fail, could we please do it with style and flair? And if we are going to win, could we please do it with style and flair?
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R34 What would you say to the CEO in a one on one? 2 months 1 week ago #14

R34
I'd just ask if the cornice cracking in my investment property could be fixed.
It's disgraceful .
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