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March 30th, 2017 : The Royal Geographical Society, London

Sir Clive Woodward

England's 2003 Rugby World Cup Winning Head Coach

Time: 13:30 - 14:30

Teamship & collaborative leadership

Sir Clive Woodward is the World Cup winning Head Coach who led England's rugby players to World Cup glory, in Australia in 2003. A former England International and British & Irish Lion himself, during Clive's tenure as Head Coach England moved from 6th in the world to being the number one ranked team, winning every trophy an England team can win.

In 2006 Clive joined the British Olympic Association. As Team GB's Director of Sport he worked in close partnership with key stakeholders in British Sport to support the national coaches and athletes at the Beijing & Vancouver Olympics, as well as deliver Team GB's most successful Olympic Games in modern era at London 2012.

Clive is also the Founding Partner and Chairman of Captured – an online coaching software and synchronised app, based on his coaching philosophy, which is currently being adopted by The FA, The PGA and The IOC. The app reflects the importance Clive places on empowering individuals to take responsibility for their own learning by capturing and sharing knowledge to achieve high performance.

Session Overview

One Team - How do you want to be remembered?

Focused on "creating an environment so good that everyone wants to be a part of and nobody ever wants to leave," One Team encapsulates the collaborative leadership model Clive successfully applied to the World Cup winning England rugby team and Team GB at London 2012 to create Trust within teams of people. Trust isn't something that is commanded by a title but is earned through the quality of your actions over a sustained period of time.