Cricketer Jonty Rhodes shares leadership insights

Rhodes talked about working with some of the most renowned names in the game and how these experiences helped him grow as a cricketer and a person.

e4m by exchange4media Staff
Updated: Apr 7, 2018 9:57 AM

The second day of Goafest 2018 witnessed cricket legend Jonty Rhodes kicking off an insightful and fun leadership summit. In a conversation with Anand Narasimhan, Senior Editor, Times Now, Rhodes talked about working with some of the most renowned names in the game and how these experiences helped him grow as a cricketer and a person.

Speaking about giving his best and motivating the team to do so, Rhodes said, “I've played four World Cups for #SouthAfrica, but I never felt like there was a game where we didn't give our best."

During the course of the session, Rhodes highlighted several instances of team spirit and explained how they were important.
About his love for fielding, the cricketer said, “I loved fielding. I always had a huge smile on my face, and the dirtiest clothing from diving. I was really glad when we wore green as a team, because my laundry bill was through the roof!”

Rhodes contended that different people have different styles of leadership that one can see in their persona.
The cricketer concluded his session talking about the connection between sports and politics.

“You can’t separate sports from politics. But we need to be able to look at the bigger picture, instead of focusing on only what’s relevant to us,” said the man who gave us the concept of ‘perfect practice’.

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