Creating team culture with Eddie Jones
Team culture is a word that is used a lot in sport these days. It’s used to describe the environment that the players operate in. To me, it’s more than that, culture to me is based on values, so the first thing you need to do is understand the values that are going to be important for your team.
Part 1. Creating Team Culture 16:01 Free video
Culture is the invisible part of any team that helps it perform better. It is like any other part of training, it can improve with practice. Eddie explains why and how to improve culture.
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Gerhard.Coetzee South Africa
Great video and well explained by Eddie on an very important aspect to a successful team.This is all the players want to be operating in a honest and happy environment.
Roger C. Wilson USA
Brilliant. Lots of wisdom here, clearly developed from lots of experience. Very impressive. This guy is CEO material for any kind of organization, whether or not related to rugby.
Henry Adams South Africa
The video is definitely an enormous educational tool for coaches and players. After watching this video, realising what you’ve achieved with Japan in 2015 rugby world cup. Hopefully we will see each other in person when you are coming to Cape Town, South Africa to coach the Stormers.
Larry J. Berriochoa USA
The video was right on point. I coach a high school club team and my coaching staff and I are working hard to change a team culture which has included cutting the malcontents from the squad even though numbers are low. As a result we are getting more “new to Rugby” players more frequently and the team is finding a new identity. Thank you.
neil andrews England
video was very helpful to me on how to understand my team moor
Roger C Croft France
Great advice, from a very senior coach in the game.
Hans Dobson England
Very brief. I found this really useful – for example the bit about asking players what they want to improve and what they want to learn in the training session to come. A lot of good realities about managing a team. H
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