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Leadership Thursday: Being Authentic

Being Authentic

 The MRP is 100% the real deal. It’s all about being authentic, which is something that we aim for our PlayerMentors to be both on and off the field. This week is Week 5, so we are officially half way through the GingerCloud Leadership Program.

 

We absolutely love reading all your responses to the weekly GingerCloud Leadership Program’s questions! To all our PlayerMentors, you are both inspiring and devoted!

 

To celebrate each and every one of you, we have selected another ‘Response of the Week’ for last week’s topic, Building Trust:



Q&A Tuesday with Jack Tuttle

The MRP are proud to have a plethora of specially qualified and trained coaches and Jack Tuttle is one of them. Jack was introduced to the program last year and is a proud coach of the MRP 7’s Red at Brothers Rugby Club for the 2018 season.

We spoke to Jack to get the ins and the outs of the MRP.

 

Leadership Thursday: Consistent Behaviour and Listening

A shout out to our PlayerMentors who are getting stuck into the GingerCloud Leadership Program towards learning the ins and out of our specifically developed rugby game for girls and boys with learning and perceptual disabilities, and putting it into practice. The PlayerMentors learnt Consistent Behaviour last week (Week 1) and were taught the importance of Listening this week, presented via video by our very own MRP Ambassador Tim Horan.

 

 

Q&A Tuesday with Gareth Smith

It was a Super Saturday at Toowoomba Bears Rugby on the weekend, hosting the USQ Saints for some friendly – and local – competition.

Gareth Smith, Project Lead of the MRP PlayerMentor Alumni Project (to be launched 23 June at our End of Season Carnival), spent his Saturday along the sidelines to witness the MRP in action.



The MRP 2018 Season Has Officially Kicked-Off!

We have officially kicked-off the season across Queensland with our MRP Players and PlayerMentors – new and old – from our host clubs taking to the fields for their very first training session.