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Strategy Conference Call

Filed under: Domestic Violence,General — Scrap_The_CSA @ 4:25 pm Thu 13th November 2008

If you are interested in joining a Skype Conference Call to discuss planning a thorough and complete strategy to respond to the proposed on the spot protection orders please email [email protected]

You need to have Skype.

You need to be committed to action.

You need to understand working as team with diverse people with different views.

If you can’t listen and know all the answers the call would not be for you.

You need to be committed to outcomes and following through on actions.

If you’re a time waster go waste someone else’s time.

You need to be disciplined and prepared to wait your turn and abide by conference calls rules.

You will need to agree to keep any information you obtain confidential.

If I don’t know you a reference check will be required

If you just want to argue the call will not be for you.

The call will take place on a weekday night from 8pm to 10pm. There will be an agenda, chairman and note taker. (Distributed by email in advance) There will be rules and abuse of anyone on the call will not be tolerated  Actions will be monitored and tracked – If you have a specific interest in DV you might consider taking the role of project manager for following up any actions that come out of the call. All this will be done using Skype and email.

You will receive a detailed instruction email before the call and this will also include the required ground rules for communicating via a conference call. This will be the first call of a series as part of an program of action targeted at bringing the injustices we know so well  onto the current political agenda and winning significant change.

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