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Assuming that Eddie Jones does decide to step down as England coach after the World Cup in 2019 (a stance he has consistently maintained), the temptation will be I’m sure, to try to replace him with another “proven” international coach.I’m a...

Part 1: Move Beyond the Product. By Robbie Driver, Sales Enablement Consultant, specialising in the IT & Telecoms industry. Being a Channel Account Manager is an incredibly challenging role. Every day you are competing for mind share against othe...

I’m intrigued by RFU plans to roll out a new specific 20-minute exercise programme across all levels of the community game in England in time for next season.As a youth team coach (well, I do put out the cones and hold the tackle bags) I will...

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By Total Flanker on Apr 24, 2017 in: coaching, rugby

The weekend saw my son's Under 14 team round off a great season with a hard-fought 28-20 victory away at Tring.Sunday's win was the culmination of a hugely successful season for the boys, not just in terms of results (and yet the overall record of pl...

‘Love of learning’ in VIA and ‘Learner’ in Gallup, is one of my top strengths, and it typically manifests as either participating in a lot of MOOC‘s or reading a lot of books. I’m trying to move more towards learni...

A good football manager wouldn’t dream of putting his players on the pitch without continued training and coaching. Likewise, you don’t want to send your salespeople out unless they are fully equipped and motivated. Yet you may work for a...

What I do at the middle school is generously called cross country coaching. To the untrained eye, our program looks a lot like goofing around, like BS, like a waste of time. I’m pretty lucky to be able to pull this off.Read more...