Leadership at St. Charles and Collingwood

FullSizeRender (9)At St. Charles we have leaders and at Collingwood they have leaders too.
Brodie Grundy, Adam Oxley, Steele Sidebottom and Tim Broomhead talked us about how they elected players to leadership positions at their club. They used a 3,2,1 system like the Brownlow medal. They asked us why we thought we may have been voted or chosen to be leaders. They talked to us about being accountable to each other. They talked about how important relationships were and why they were important. An example they gave was if we saw a person bullying – how important it was to have a relationship with that person so you could hold them accountable for their words and actions. They talked about integrity and how it was not enough to talk the talk but also walk the walk.

3 thoughts on “Leadership at St. Charles and Collingwood

  1. The Collingwood players taught us some great points. We all came up with values that a leader needs to show such as…
    Thank you Mr Puls for organising them to come to our school!

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