We can learn a lot from the way an elite or professional sports club manages its team and operations. Whether football, rugby or any other team sport, we can take certain practices and apply them to the way we look after our own star players and wider team.
In this webinar we join three big names in rugby who have hung up their boots and are now using their skills, experience and business acumen in the corporate world. We will be looking at how companies can improve performance, beat the competition and work hard as a team to overcome challenges – as well as focusing on what organisations can do develop, train and retain their talent.
Our panellists will discuss:
- How to improve the wellbeing of individuals within the team
- Communication, goal setting and feedback
- Coaching and mentoring – and the relationship between mentor and mentee
- Attracting and retaining the best talent and how to manage superstars
- Using technology to its best advantage to improve wellbeing, training and development
Who should attend?
Anyone involved with managing employees. Relevant for business of all sizes and sectors who want to develop and empower their teams.
Who will be speaking?
- Allister Hogg – Wealth Manager at Barclays
Allister was a professional rugby player for 16 years (8 with Edinburgh Rugby and 8 with Newcastle Falcons) and gained 48 caps for Scotland. He has since coached many teams, achieving RFU Level 3 in Sports Coaching as well as graduating from Northumbria University in Business Management and Leadership. Allister is now a Wealth Manager at Barclays Bank within a very experienced and growing team.
- Jan McGinty – High Performance Recruitment Specialist and Management Consultant in Sport
With 18 years’ experience within Rugby Union, Jan is skilled in Team Management, Crisis Management, Player/Coach Representation, and Management Consultation within the Sport Industry. He has taken on roles with various companies and Governing Bodies including Head of Elite Performance Recruitment at Leicester Tigers, Head of Sports Operations at Scottish Rugby, and Head of Rugby Recruitment at Worcester Warriors.
- Nathan Hines, Development Director – Gallagher Premiership Rugby
Beginning his rugby career in Australia before moving to Scotland in 1998, Nathan has clocked up 20 years’ experience in elite sports as a player and coach for some of the biggest rugby clubs in Europe, along with The Scotland National Team and The British and Irish Lions. His achievements include 77 caps for Scotland, 3 Rugby World Cups and 87 games in the Heineken European Champions Cup. He is now Business Development Director at Gallagher focusing on ROI through the title sponsorship of Premiership Rugby.
- Alistair Dornan, Director, Organisational Wellbeing Consulting at Gallagher
Alistair is a recognised leader and keynote speaker in the field of organisational wellbeing, strategy and performance, with a specific focus on healthcare systems. He’s worked on several of the UK, Europe and North America’s most complex healthcare, benefits and performance projects. Alistair spent four years as a nonexecutive Director of the International Stress Management Association and five years as a Project Board Director of the World Economic Forum’s “Working Towards Wellness” global initiative.
Thursday 6th May, 2pm-3pm
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