Jason Leonard speaking about his touch rugby career and the importance of a grass-roots World Cup legacy at RBN Thames Valley.
In the final instalment from Stuart Lancaster’s speech at RBN Leeds, he talks about earning respect, communicating with referees, connecting to the community, understanding yourself and enjoying the task in hand. Those of you who don’t follow the red rose may wish to skip the final few minutes as they contain a motivational video that […]
In this excerpt from Stuart Lancaster’s speech at RBN Leeds, he gives some insight into his selection policy, a look at the changes to England’s changing rooms at Twickenham and how he is focusing his team on the World Cup.
In the eighth excerpt from Stuart Lancaster’s speech at RBN Leeds, he discusses some factors that are equally applicable to business and sport, namely connection, driving the agenda, creating a world-class environment and empowerment.
Jason Leonard, speaking in December at RBN Thames Valley’s event at Old Readingensians, discussed his upcoming presidency of the RFU and why a Welshman was to blame for the rugby career of England’s most-capped player.
At an event that featured a second World Cup winner in the shape of Jason Leonard, Maggie discussed the opportunities international rugby can open for women players, her plans for Rio 2016 and her playing hero.
In the seventh instalment from Stuart Lancaster’s talk at RBN Leeds, he discusses the way he tries to motivate his squad and the lead he took from The Proteas.
In this excerpt from the England Head Coach’s talk at RBN Leeds, Stuart Lancaster discusses the growing maturity of his team and how he went about rebuilding the team culture.
In this excerpt from his talk at RBN Leeds, Stuart Lancaster discusses the relative merits of character and talent, using American Football star Tom Brady as an example.
Continuing our series of excerpts from Stuart Lancaster’s presentation at RBN Leeds, here Stuart talks about credibility and culture and their importance to his England team.