Sir Graham Henry
Guest Speaker

Sir Graham Henry

Former Coach of the All Blacks

Sir Graham Henry is a five-time International Rugby Board Coach of the Year who in 2011 coached the All Blacks to a Rugby World Cup victory on home soil in New Zealand, the crowning glory of a career that also includes five Tri Nation and three Grand Slam titles. He was assistant coach of the Argentinian national side and mentor for New Zealand's Super Rugby and ITM Cup coaches, he first coached the All Blacks in 2004, and went on to lead the team to 88 wins in 103 tests in eight years, a record that places him squarely among the most successful rugby coaches of all time.

Initially a secondary school teacher, he taught and coached at Auckland Grammar before being appointed to deputy principal and then headmaster at Kelston Boys' High. An accomplished rugby player and cricketer, he made his international coaching debut with Wales in 1998, and would later become the first man born outside the Home Nations to coach the British and Irish Lions in 2001. In 2012 he was honoured for his services to the game when he was made a Knight Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit.
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Tuesday, 13 September, 2022 / 12:30 PM - 02:15 PM AEST
CIO Experience Lunch: Mastering Leadership

During this presentation, Sir Graham Henry will reflect on the All Blacks team culture, its principles and values and offer insights into how this can help you master leadership.

Tuesday, 13 September, 2022 / 02:30 PM - 03:15 PM AEST
Exclusive Opportunity: Fireside Chat With Sir Graham Henry, Former Coach of the All Blacks

Please join us for a fireside chat with CIO Lunch speaker Sir Graham Henry. During this session we’ll further explore his experience as Former Coach of the All Blacks and the insights around culture & leadership shared during his presentation.

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