In this episode Extreme Leader Alan Chambers talks to former England rugby captain Lewis Moody who was part of the 2003 World Cup winning side.
In this wide ranging discussion he talks about his playing days, the challenges since leaving the rugby pitch and his approach to leadership.
With 71 caps for his country Moody has a host of accolades to his name including two Six Nations titles, seven Premiership triumphs and two Heineken Cup wins; the former England Captain is a true world rugby legend.
Moody was known for the enthusiasm with which he played the game, his willingness to chase down opponents and his ability to compete for possession at restarts, earning him the nickname “Mad Dog” from teammates and supporters
In May 2014, Lewis and his wife Annie set up The Lewis Moody Foundation, inspired by rugby fan Joss Rowley Stark, to fund ground breaking research to improve the diagnosis and treatment of brain tumours and gives families a day out of the ordinary to lift spirits and create special memories.
Since retiring Lewis’ public profile in the UK and world-wide, both in sport and more widely in business, continues to grow.
For more information: www.thelewismoodyfoundation.org/