So I emailed him and asked if I could come in and have a chat about what it takes to be a CEO at the Wests Tigers
Its admirable that you contacted Justin. It shows courage and desire.
I mean this feedback to be gentle but I also want to ensure you hear it.
In life, integrity is everything.
You set this meeting up in the context of you wanting to be a CEO in the future. Accordingly, you need to ask him questions that are consistent with that.
What it takes to be a CEO at Wests Tigers is not consistent with which player, position or opinion of the NRL Pascoe has.
Offering to ask other peoples questions and publicly share the answers is a massive breech of trust.
So you want to be a CEO. The number 1 rule is: You have to inspire trust. People follow leaders that they trust. In the foundation.
My advice to you. Close the threat. Rescind the offer and understand that there is a code that surrounds Justin agreeing to meet you. He respected you, now you need to return that respect.
For your own development towards being a CEO (Husband, father, member of Australian society) you need to choose to be trustworthy.