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Shortcoming


Volunteerism is not consistently promoted or recognized sufficiently.


More volunteers are needed to staff and run programs.


Leadership selection lacks consistent process at all levels.


Succession planning is needed for the experienced event administrators in Canada.


Inconsistent recruitment, templates, training and retention of leaders will impact all aspects of the organization from the club to provincial to national level.


Lack of succession planning could lead to loss of knowledge from key volunteers and organizers.


Team leadership is inconsistent across jurisdictions and over time.


Knowledge transfer does not occur from year-to-year or from one jurisdiction to another.


Opportunities for knowledge transfer and efficiencies are lost.


Impact


Volunteers may not feel valued or needed therefore, volunteer numbers may decline or stagnate.


Competition


Canadian players fortunate enough to receive good coaching and train with an appropriate development model in a well-managed environment, their next challenge is playing within a suitable competition format. The current game, league, and tournament formats in Canada are often unsuitable for the players and regions they serve.


Shortcoming


Different rules (including field dimensions) and customs are applied at the international level.


Impact


Canadian players are without required experience to successfully compete in the international competition environment.


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