UC Berkeley Rugby Coach Jack Clark on Team Building, Culture, Honesty
Published January 24, 2018
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    This conversation is with UC Berkeley rugby coach Jack Clark on team, culture, honesty. Jack is the iconic rugby coach at the University of California. His team-building abilities are considered legendary within university circles and throughout the corporate sector. Since becoming head coach of the Golden Bears in 1984, Clark has led the rugby program to 29 national collegiate championships. In 2000, Clark was chosen as one of Cal’s Ten Most Influential Sports Figures of the 20th Century. Not only has Jack sustained an improbable level of success for nearly 3 decades, but he’s not the slightest bit sick of what he does. In Jack’s words, “I really wouldn’t trade jobs with anyone. I mean anyone.” Jack has so much to share in this conversation. Everything from how he brings out the best in his players to how he scales culture to why his players are getting their unofficial PHD in team. This is a phenomenal conversation and you may have to listen to it multiple times to truly soak up all of Jack’s insights. This episode is brought to you by Athletic Greens. Receive a free 20-count travel pack of Athletic Greens (valued at $99) with any purchase! Claim here: athleticgreens.com/findingmastery
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