The Chamber is delighted to announce Eddie Jones, Head Coach for England Rugby as our speaker for upcoming Leaders in Conversation webinar.
LIVE WEBINAR | Leaders in Conversation with Eddie Jones, Head Coach, England Rugby
Chamber Members – Complimentary
Non-Members & Guests – £15
The Australia–United Kingdom Chamber of Commerce is delighted to announce Eddie Jones, Head Coach for England Rugby and legend of the game as guest speaker for our next Leaders in Conversation event.
Born in Tasmania and raised in Sydney, Eddie is one of the most experienced and well-known figures in world rugby. Taking over as Head Coach of England in 2015, Eddie has led the team to back-to-back victories at the Six Nations Championship including England’s first Grand Slam in a generation. He has coached across four World Cups including working with the winning South African team in 2007 and then masterminding the greatest upset in the history of the game, coaching Japan to victory over South Africa in 2015.
A forthright communicator and fierce competitor that is renowned for his ability to motivate and turn around teams, Eddie is an ambassador for the sport as well as both Australia and the UK on the world stage.
We warmly invite you to attend this unmissable conversation with Eddie on the lessons of leadership, resilience and succeeding at the highest level.
About our speaker:
Eddie Jones, England Head Coach
Eddie Jones, head coach of the England men’s senior team, is meticulous in all aspects of the game. Since taking up the role in November 2015, he has taken England to a Rugby World Cup Final, beating reigning champions New Zealand on the way, and masterminded back-to-back Six Nations titles including the Grand Slam in his initial season as England’s first head coach from overseas. In the process, Jones extended his winning run to a world record equalling 18 games – an unprecedented achievement by a new England coach that included a 3-0 clean sweep away against Australia in June 2016.
A former New South Wales hooker, he took charge of the Wallabies between 2001 and 2005. Australia reached the 2003 Rugby World Cup final on home soil, losing narrowly to England. He acted as technical advisor to South Africa for the 2007 Rugby World Cup, which they won. Jones has also coached Saracens and Japan, topping his three years with them by creating the biggest shock in Rugby World Cup history when the Brave Blossoms beat South Africa 34-32 in 2015.
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