Colin's log, supplemental. 1st, an update. The recruitment group is going well, actions set out, a couple of sub groups emerging. We had some participation from outside the original group this week, it was a lot for them to take in, and indeed needed to be explained again in Czech afterwards, but the overall impression was positive. <!--break-->There are a couple of members who have very traditional views, and seem rather entrenched in their positions. We shall have to try to get them out of those trenches by showing that what we want to do is going to work. I think that will come when we get the feedback from presenting to managers. I am also hoping that this will be a chance to get a couple more people interested in the Reformists.
Which leads conveniently to the 2nd point. One new member arrived on Friday. Not as many as we'd hoped for, but it's a good start. Another who may come along was leaving for vacation and had some stuff to finish up, and another was out on a trip.
Another positive from this week's session.
I will admit that I was badly prepared for this weeks session, due to a stupidly large workload. At the end of the session, I asked one of the others for some help, so she has already taken the lead in preparing our next session. This is particularly good because she was one of the more passive members.
Lastly, another potential leadership act has appeared, but I am going to leave this one for a couple of days, to give the others a chance.
by Jim Taggart
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