TALENT ALONE IS NOT ENOUGH
DNA OF A CHAMPION
Based on the notion that “Great Teams Are Made of Great Individuals”, Clive has identified four criteria, which he believes characterise a champion individual or team in both business and sport. ‘The DNA of a Champion’ details each of these criteria, but also how they can be coached to achieve high performing teams.
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.
SPONGE V ROCK
MAKING LEARNING STICK
A successful coach and leader is one who can effectively capture and share their knowledge. Clive believes teams who assume they have all the knowledge are likely to come second, whether in sport or business. Winning individuals and teams seek out continuous learning to further expand their skill-set in response to changing environments and new developments.
100 THINGS 1% BETTER
Clive’s reputation as an innovative leader is driven by his determined approach to challenge the traditional school of thought and find new, different ways of operating. In ‘Change Thinking’ he highlights where his inspiration for change originated and illustrates how effective change creates a dynamic and responsive culture.
WINNING DOESN’T HAPPEN IN STRAIGHT LINES
SUCCESS FROM SET BACKS
Success is not always a continuous series of victories. It is important that individuals and teams learn how to improve from their set-backs and it is how they are handled, that is the making of a great team.