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.
Goal setting in sport as it is in business is a fundamental tool to achieve success. Carl Rimmer and Kai Hortsmann explain how by setting small goals that add up incrementally to that big goal, amazing things can be achieved.
Following the discussion with Kai and Carl about the benefits of being a Team Player, sometimes in my career I felt being a team player could affect an individual’s development. Here are their thoughts…
We are all part of a team, at some point in our lives. Be it at work, in sport, at leisure and family. So what are the benefits of being a team player. Here are the thoughts of elite rugby players, Kai Horstmann and Carl Rimmer.
The age old argument as to which works best praise or reprimand is a really interesting one. Of course it is contextual and different for each individual. Carl Rimmer gives his very interesting thoughts on the topic.