Rugby World Cup winner Richard Hill is one of the world’s greatest back row players. By the end of an illustrious professional career he had amassed 71 caps for his country and for many was the heartbeat of the England team during the modern era. He was the only player never to be dropped during Clive Woodward’s reign and at his peak his name was the first to go down on a world XV team-sheet.

To both the England and Saracens teams Richard showed immense dedication and commitment throughout his career. Shunning lucrative offers elsewhere Hill chose to remain at Saracens for his entire professional career, showing a sense of honour unusual in these times.

Post career Richard went on to work at Saracens in business development, community outreach and as Academy Coach and Mentor, helping to implement their highly successful and innovative campaign to bring rugby to a new audience. He now sits at the heart of the England set up with a seat on the RFU Council, and acts as a consultant to the RFU helping to identify, mentor and develop young players both on and off the field.

Whatever the occasion, whoever the audience, Richard’s honest approach, self-effacing humour, first-hand experience and advice are not just for the rugby fan. They are ideal for those who wish to learn about being the best, fulfilling potential and inspiring those around them.

KEY THEMES

Microphone IconLeadership & Motivation
Microphone Icon Team dynamics & composition

Microphone IconIdentifying & developing new talent
Microphone Icon Determination & overcoming setbacks
Microphone Icon Change management: Good to great
Microphone Icon Maintaining peak performance

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