Management/Leadership is something that a lot of companies seem to take the “set it and forget it” approach with. But times are always changing. Your business is changing, your clients are changing, and the way you communicate with one another is changing too. With that in mind, it only makes sense that your managers should […]
It is time for another recap of The Week in Sport with this week’s highlights including, Man United stunning Premier League leaders Chelsea and Sebastian Vettel winning the Bahrain Grand Prix.
Fans watching on TV were treated to a rare insight of Wales scrum-half Webb during the Ospreys’ Pro12 clash with Leinster via Wales http://ift.tt/2pipV7g
Wales skipper was injured during dramatic defeat to France and was in visible pain via Wales http://ift.tt/2nbnJAp
Citing commissioner to review all controversial incidents in 100-minute match via Wales http://ift.tt/2nH6Rzi
Ireland have done it again. After stopping New Zealand’s winning run of 18 wins in a row, last year they have also stopped Six Nations Champion’s, England’s, winning run of 18 straight wins and stopped them winning a second grand slam in a row. Ireland beat England by 13-9. Although Eddie Jones has now tasted his first defeat, England still win the Six Nations title.
Wales’ autumn opponents drew a full house in Tbilisi for the Six Nations B Championship clash with Russia via Wales http://ift.tt/2mg7kqk
We’ve assessed the three matches across Friday and Saturday and chosen the best player in each position via Wales http://ift.tt/2mfXo0a
Follow @RedefinedRugby George North answered his critics with a brace of tries as Wales held off Ireland in a stellar Test match in Cardiff, winning 22-9. North’s try and a Leigh Halfpenny penalty handed Wales an 8-6 half-time advantage, after three-pointers in response from Johnny Sexton and Paddy Jackson. North then grabbed a second score […]
We take a circumspect view of events at the Principality Stadium to decide who were Friday night’s winners and losers via Wales http://ift.tt/2mwaxFQ