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Face-To-Face With... Simon Cohen

10 December 2014

Leicester Tigers chief executive Simon Cohen spoke to us at Rugby Expo 2014 about his all-encompassing role and how the Aviva Premiership club operates as a business model. The interview was conducted...

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Face-To-Face With... Mick Dawson

3 December 2014

Leinster Rugby chief executive Mick Dawson spoke to us at Rugby Expo 2014 about his role at province, the ongoing challenges and objectives by which his off-field team works and the various ways in wh...

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Broncos Ready To Embrace New Life In Championship

13 November 2014

It has been a turbulent year for London Broncos on and off the field but as the club prepares for its first season outside the top flight for 20 years relegation might just provide the fresh start it ...

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New CEO Confirms His Ambition For Connacht

14 August 2014

Willie Ruane's feet are only “just in under the table”, as he says himself, but the new Connacht CEO is already talking up the prospects of the recently financially troubled Irish province and say...

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Webber Making Waves In The West Country

31 July 2014

A survey in the past few days found that the average age of a CEO is 54-years-old and that is broadly consistent with the picture at rugby union and league clubs up and down the country but one in par...

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Logan Setting The Bar High In Ulster

22 May 2014

For most teams reaching a domestic semi-final and a European quarter-final would constitute a major success but Ulster's ambitions have soared in recent years to such an extent that this season is alm...

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Performance Programs Manager - NSW Rugby League

The Performance Programs Manager will lead development and manage the implementation of world leading player development programs and systems with a specific focus on U16, U18, U20 and Women’s Programs. The role will work in conjunction with the Performance Solutions Manager to provide expert analysis, advice and guidance to athletes and implement identified performance solutions throughout the player development programs.
Having led and managed projects on a national or state level for a minimum of 2 years, you will be well practiced in change management as well as delivering and evaluating new programs. The role requires excellent communication and negotiation skills with the ability to work with a diverse group of stakeholders and influence them to move towards best practice.

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