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Saturday 24th September 2016

What businesses can learn from Rugby

As the Rugby World Cup hots up, it is useful to look at what top class sporting teams (particularly rugby) can teach businesses.  former England Rugby World Cup winner Jason Robinson shared some thoughts with the Telegraph.
 
Jason Robinson, England’s try-scoring hero in the 2003 Rugby World Cup final, reveals what it takes to mould an effective working unit, whether you are on the sports field or managing an office.
 
Rule 1: Successful teams are built on honesty
Rule 2: Develop an ambitious environment
Rule 3: Learn from people who are better than you
Rule 4: Deal with pressure as a group, not as an individual
Rule 5: Respect how your colleagues are different to you
Rule 6: Bosses should lead by example
Rule 7: Make your workmates your mates
 
For more details on this article go to The Telegraph

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