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Welcome to The Mojo Radio Show podcast! The Mojo Radio Show is a regular podcast designed to help you get your Mojo working... and if you have lost it, get it back. We interview todays leading lights in every area of our lives.... health, fitness, creativity, wellness, strategy, brand, performance, and management. If it’s helping us towards our dreams and a better life... we will cover it for you!

Jun 23, 2019

James Kerr, bestselling author and speaker, specialises in the design and delivery of change for leaders of world-class teams. His book, Legacy, reveals the 15 most powerful leadership lessons from The All Blacks, the world's most successful and dominant sporting team. His clients HSBC, Boeing, Raffles, UBS, Shell, Adidas and the Australian Kangaroos share his message that "higher purpose leads to higher performance." Successful change begins with a values-based, vision-led, purpose-driven mindset.
When people ask James what he does, how does he like to reply?
How good are the All Blacks, what are the stats?
How did James get inside the inner sanctum of The All Blacks?
James explains real, authentic leadership.
The leadership qualities of former captain and great All Black Ritchie McCaw.
Ritchie always kept a notebook. How did he use that book?
The Corinthian Columns in the Crusader's dressing room, the super successful club team in NZ. Why is it so powerful?
How have they been able to create an enduring brotherhood with the All Blacks team?
Do the All Blacks channel a War God as kind of an identity they wear when they go to battle?
When James hears the Haka, what memories does it bring back about his family?
The tribal tipuna is intentionally made grotesque to always display humility. Is humility important in authentic leadership?
James explains the vulnerability and softness amongst these hard men playing a hard sport.
Dan Carter was known as the perfect 10. A beautiful story of humility.
What's the All Blacks format to debrief a game?
Former captain, Sean Fitzpatrick, after a loss, would close the door and asked the team to feel what it's like to lose.
James explains the philosophy of the second arrow
Red Head, Blue Head. Can that be taught?
James has two boys. What is the greatest legacy, he is looking to instil in his boys?
The philosophy of Whakapapa, to plant trees you'll never see. Leave the jersey in a better place.
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