Competence in leadership in the Australian Football League (AFL) is the outcome of intra-club contests that occur in a context of professionalisation and increasing pressure to win on the field. Using this framework, Karen Farquharson discusses the recent drugs case at Essendon Football Club. Recorded on 27 September 2013.
'We never want to forget that we are a football club': leadership contests in the Australian Football League (Swinburne Leadership Dialogues Series 2)
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