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Just a few short reflections on leadership. New Zealand, although the second best team in the final, won the Rugby World Cup yesterday. Knock out tournaments can be harsh on the better teams. We all know that Wales deserved to be in the final & if they had I would have been about £5000 worse off! Both teams had inspirational leaders on the field - Thierry Dusautoir was, appropriately, man of the match & Richie McCaw played despite a long term injury as if fully fit: a case of heart & mind over matter. Others showed leadership on the field but what about the coaches? Marc Liévremont has spent most of the tournament criticising his charges - was he really in charge, was he a leader? I think not. Graham Henry, on the other hand, was and is. In 2007 following an unexpected defeat to France in the quarter final in Cardiff ["I was there."] Mr Henry was not going to renew his contract yet Mr McCaw showed leadership and rallied around the coach. His leadership meant that Mr Henry retained the coaching role and ensured that All Black rugby thrilled and entertained the world for the last four years - yet again. So the better team lost yesterday but the 'best' team won. Mr Henry and Mr McCaw - inspirational as leaders - deserved their prize as did the rest of the team and coaching staff. What about France? Well I think their time will come. Why? With individuals like Thierry Dusautoir at the helm, as either captain, or indeed coach prospects must be good.
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