- Oct 3, 2010
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Well they're too precious. I'd rather someone pointed out my mistake rather than let it slide for the sake of my pride, could be much bigger implications down the line otherwise. Same the other way around, I'd rather tell a colleague they're going about something the wrong way before it blows up in their face.If they are a work colleague at the same level within the organisation then undermining them alters your working relationship and makes you reticent to do it. That's where we are at
That's why I'd keep it as the same group alternating between on pitch activities and VAR duties, let them be on both sides of it and they should be more open to making/accepting the decisions on each other's behalf.