1 hr 25 min

Don’t Look at the Scoreboard | Nick Farr-Jones AM No Limitations

    • Management

In Episode 102 of the No Limitations podcast “Don’t Look at the Scoreboard”, Blenheim Partners’ Gregory Robinson speaks to Nick Farr-Jones AM, Director of Taurus Funds Management and a former Captain of the Australia National Rugby Union Team. Nick led the Wallabies to Australia’s first Rugby World Cup title in 1991.

In an illuminating and at times very personal conversation, we are treated to some rare insight into the crucial moments on and off the field that led to the Wallabies’ success in their 1991 Rugby World Cup campaign. Nick shares with us the core principles of leadership and the elements at play, from disappointment to the path forward, from the preparation and discipline to the essence of teamwork, and from the pressure on the big stage to the confidence and calmness in achieving victory.

Nick represented Australia in rugby union, having played 63 Tests after his debut in 1984. He was later appointed Captain in 1988 and led Australia in 36 Tests. Prior to his current role, he worked at French investment bank Société Générale in Paris before leading their mining finance team in Sydney. He is also Chairman of Stand Tall, a charity that supports the mental well-being of Australian youth. He previously served on the Boards of NRMA and Wesley Mission, was a Councillor of the City of Sydney, a Senator of the University of Sydney and was previously Chairman of New South Wales Rugby Union.

 

Please note: this episode was recorded on 6 September 2022.
See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

In Episode 102 of the No Limitations podcast “Don’t Look at the Scoreboard”, Blenheim Partners’ Gregory Robinson speaks to Nick Farr-Jones AM, Director of Taurus Funds Management and a former Captain of the Australia National Rugby Union Team. Nick led the Wallabies to Australia’s first Rugby World Cup title in 1991.

In an illuminating and at times very personal conversation, we are treated to some rare insight into the crucial moments on and off the field that led to the Wallabies’ success in their 1991 Rugby World Cup campaign. Nick shares with us the core principles of leadership and the elements at play, from disappointment to the path forward, from the preparation and discipline to the essence of teamwork, and from the pressure on the big stage to the confidence and calmness in achieving victory.

Nick represented Australia in rugby union, having played 63 Tests after his debut in 1984. He was later appointed Captain in 1988 and led Australia in 36 Tests. Prior to his current role, he worked at French investment bank Société Générale in Paris before leading their mining finance team in Sydney. He is also Chairman of Stand Tall, a charity that supports the mental well-being of Australian youth. He previously served on the Boards of NRMA and Wesley Mission, was a Councillor of the City of Sydney, a Senator of the University of Sydney and was previously Chairman of New South Wales Rugby Union.

 

Please note: this episode was recorded on 6 September 2022.
See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1 hr 25 min