We will lead from the centre to give the Irish football community confidence that our strategy is being delivered effectively and efficiently.
We encourage stakeholders to engage with the strategy, to take time to understand what it means for them and football generally and to consider how they can work with us to achieve our objectives.
We will do this together through a centralised planning approach, underpinned by an implementation framework and processes that ensure accountability in delivery of and frequent reporting against objectives.
We encourage stakeholders to recognise that, while being led by the Association, responsibility is shared across the entire football community and each one of us within Irish football has a role and responsibility to undertake that will help us deliver football in the most effective way.
We will present our business plans to the General Assembly and wider membership in which we will set our priorities and targets for the year for each objective in the strategy.
We encourage stakeholders to embrace and enable collaboration, ensuring their views remain at the forefront of this strategy and execution is a collective effort that sets a standard for Irish football to be recognised as leading and progressive both within Irish sport and internationally.