There’s always a lot of discussion around the importance of what we eat particularly in the workplace particularly if we are in an office environment and sedentary. So what better way to find out the importance of diet in the workplace than to talk to two elite sports people: Kai Horstmann and Carl Rimmer former […]
This is a question that all successful teams need to be able to answer. Often it is not a question of knee-jerking and re-inventing the wheel, but just a few tweaks and going back to basics. That’s the view of former Exeter Chiefs, Carl Rimmer and Kai Horstmann.
For those of us that love sport, we probably think that the most enjoyable part of a professional sportsperson’s job is scoring a try or a goal, or making a last gasp tackle. It is interesting to hear what former Exeter Chiefs Kai Horstmann and Carl Rimmer enjoyed the most.
Mark Cavendish the champion sprint cyclist said recently that the key reason he was winning stages in the Tour de France again was because he was happy. So how important is being happy a factor in delivering a top performance. This is what former Exeter Chiefs Kai Horstmann and Carl Rimmer had to say
In elite sport many top performers have idiosyncrasies that help them focus and achieve their optimum performance. I’ve asked elite rugby players Kai Horstmann and Carl Rimmer, whether they really work.
A key driver of engaging your team, is to give them more responsibility. When they are ready for it of course. Kai Horstmann and Carl Rimmer explain how it help their development and improved their performance.
When researching elite teams, we found that as the team developed, the more important it became for team members to have a voice. This is what Kai Horstmann and Carl Rimmer, former Exeter Chiefs rugby players had to say about it.