How to Win: Rugby and Leadership from Twickenham to Tokyo

8 thoughts on “How to Win: Rugby and Leadership from Twickenham to Tokyo

  1. david h kinnon david h kinnon says:

    Another masterclass from Sir Clive Woodward whose fluency of writing matches his clarity of thought A superb example of the emerging fusion of sports business as a genre Highly recommended Great read

  2. Narna1869 Narna1869 says:

    The book was saturated and damaged This was known prior to deliver as someone had place the package in a waterproof wrapping on top of the wet damaged package.The book was excellent

  3. Jayne Oliver Jayne Oliver says:

    Christmas present

  4. Brian Young Brian Young says:

    Given as a present I was told good read, well written and useful for life and business in general, not just ruby.

  5. Sooozy Sooozy says:

    Bought this book as a Christmas present for my husband, a rugby fanatic He was very pleased.

  6. Ryan Demaine Ryan Demaine says:

    One of the best books I ve read on culture and leadership I highly recommend this book for anyone looking at how to implement a successful working environment.

  7. Rob Chapman Rob Chapman says:

    Insightful and well written.

  8. George Mcdonald George Mcdonald says:

    Enjoyed the book

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How to Win: Rugby and Leadership from Twickenham to Tokyo In his entertaining and informative new book, Sir Clive Woodward analyses the events of theRugby World Cup, offering his unique perspective on the performance of players and coaches, from Owen Farrell and Kieran Read, to Eddie Jones and Steve Hansen HOW TO WIN Rugby and Leadership from Twickenham to Tokyo is much than the story of a tournament, however It is the distillation of a philosophy of leadership developed during a lifetime in high performance environments, from the rugby field to the boardroom Tapping into his experience of winning theWorld Cup, being a part of the leadership team that delivered Olympic Success inand lessons drawn from Japan , the author delivers a go to manual in how to improve both individual and team performance in order to reach the pinnacle in sport and in businessEvery individual position in rugby requires a unique set of skills, knowledge and expertise that collectively form a balanced team the same is true in any successful business or organisation Fromto , the former England and British and Irish Lions coach identifies the key attributes and uses these defining traits to explain his collaborative Teamship leadership styleWith a fascinating blend of analysis, insight and anecdote, and the highs and lows of a memorable Rugby World Cup as the setting, Clive reveals how to lead the culture of a winning team in any context