Episode 57 Mastermind

Dominic Alldis

“The orchestra calls for practice and discipline in following the plan, in jazz there is no plan and mistakes are opportunities to explore”

World renowned Orchestral Conductor, Jazz musician and corporate speaker, Dominic Alldis has built a unique career over 30 years. His fluency in many different musical languages and flair for bringing them together in a distinctive way puts him in a category all of his own. He shares the lessons of practice, discipline and collaboration from the great orchestras along with the spontaneous and innovative culture of Jazz.

Tune in to this Mastermind episode as I pick out some key insights from the Sporting Edge Digital Library including how Dominic got into music, developing his own personal coaching style, the importance of playing to your strengths as we apply the musical metaphor to business.

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Episode 58

James Kerr

James Kerr is a best-selling author, award winning creative director, brand consultant and advises leading companies on brand, identity, advertising, internal communications and transformational culture change. In his book ‘Legacy’, he goes deep into the heart of the world’s most successful sporting team – the All Blacks. What is the...


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