How can Scouting Ireland get better value and stronger results from it’s employment of professional staff into the future, yet do so on a shrinking budget? AND in doing so, can the association turn a challenge into a significant opportunity by enhancing it’s influence and visibility at the same time?
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The Irish Scouter sat recently in a coffee house in Dublin city centre, indulging in a bit of people watching, whilst awaiting the arrival of others.
The smell of freshly ground coffee hung heavy in the air, mixed with the faintly sweet aroma of pastries. Cups and saucers clanked and steam spouted from a coffee machine the size of a combine harvester.
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