Sir Clive Woodward became England Rugby’s first full-time professional head coach when the team was ranked sixth in the world. Under his leadership, England rose to number one and won three Six Nations Championships, including the elusive Grand Slam. The team’s success culminated in winning the Rugby World Cup in Australia in 2003. Following a year in football, Clive went on to serve as Team GB’s Director of Sport at the Beijing, Vancouver and finally at the London Olympic Games, where the team’s 29 Gold Medals made it its most successful Olympics of the modern era.
As the ten year anniversary of England’s historic World Cup win approaches, Clive will join ATG|Chartwell to deliver a talk on the ‘DNA of a Champion’, highlighting the key attributes and qualities he believes all champions exhibit, both in business and sport. He will explain not only what each of these characteristics are, but also how they can be taught in order to produce high performing individuals and teams. Clive’s philosophy is that talent alone is not enough, and that great teams are made of great individuals.