Keynotes from episode 2: a conversation with Steve Tew1:20 Magic Moments: Crusaders win NPC pivotal moment; Named to host RWC in NZ; Respect & Inclusion Program7:45: Culture and Environment of Caring & definition of purpose10:55: how do you view purpose as an enabler of high performance15:00 Embracing the “dark place” to sustain high performance and success16:45 What does winning mean to you 19:50 Supporting athlete (employee) well-being - better people are better athletes24:00 Walk the talk yourself27:20 Responsibilities of a coach and translation to workplace, including celebrating success31:15 Purpose, strategy, structure and bloody good people!33:08 Steve’s proudest impacts and reflections on lessons he’s learnt from others40:30 What’s Steve’s formula for: Passion + Application + Impact44:45 Final thought- what you can learn from winning
FBR 18 - 3 Brothers, Steve Tew, Player exodus, Super Rugby Chat - 5th June 19
FBR Podcast - Four Brothers Talk Rugby
The Four Brothers are down to 3 this week with Mike Paul and Con running the show (Brian and Sam absent). We chat about Steve Tew's impact. Aussie coaches, Player exodus. As well as the usual Super Rugby Chat.Recorded 5th June 19.Intro - Sabotage by Beastie Boys
Daniel McHardy is joined by Nigel Yalden & Brian Ashby to look at the week in rugby.NZR Chief Executive Steve Tew has announced he will step down from his role at the end of the year.We take a look at the things he has achieved during his tenure and what the next challenges are for the union.The Crusaders blew a 20 point lead against the Chiefs in Suva, Nigel explains what the atmosphere was like in Fiji.The Hurricanes got the points in South Africa and the Blues could only muster a draw against the Bulls at Eden Park.Who has the pressure on them with only two weeks left in the regular season.All this and more.
New Zealand Rugby CEO Steve Tew joins the All Blacks podcast to talk all things rugby. From grassroots to the global rugby calendar, Tew chats about his time at the helm of New Zealand Rugby, the changes seen in the game and casts an eye forward to the DHL NZ Lions Series 2017.