Episode 73 Mastermind

Warren Gatland CBE

“The biggest thing about the Lions isn’t the rugby, it’s getting right off the field”

Warren Gatland CBE is a New Zealand rugby union coach and former player who is currently in his second spell as the head coach of the Welsh national team. With the Six Nations just around the corner, Warren shares some great insight into the nature of high performing teams.

In this episode we explore his leadership influences, the role of skill and character, advice on how to work with big personalities – and why singing as a group has been Warren’s secret weapon to keep a diverse British and Irish Lions team together.

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Episode 74

Kate Richardson-Walsh OBE

Kate Richardson-Walsh, OBE is an Olympic Gold and Bronze Medal winning English field hockey player. She is the most capped female hockey player in GB history, and was captain of the GB and England women's hockey teams for 13 years. A proud member of the LGBT+ community, Kate and her...


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