Twickenham Stadium has launched a new blog series, showcasing different styles of leadership within the meetings, events, business and hospitality world.
The blog will feature senior leaders from both within and outside of the business, drawing on collective experience and approaches to leadership.
It will consist of both blog and vlog interviews. The first in the series will feature Tom Rhodes, the Stadium’s executive chef, who has worked with Sir Alex Ferguson, Gordon Ramsay and more.
Nils Braude, Director of Catering and C&E at the stadium (picured) will also be featured with his own experience in leading an operation that can deliver up to 10,500 covers on a match day, with even more capacity arriving in the autumn with the stadium’s new East Stand.
The blog has been created to underline the core brand values of both the Rugby Football Union and Twickenham Stadium as Home of England Rugby. Earlier this year the stadium ran a campaign on #teamwork, and #leadership is the next on the agenda of six key values that sit across both rugby and business.
Johanna Byrane, head of business development at Twickenham Stadium, said: “We’re fortunate enough to have some amazing leaders, with global business experience, within Twickenham, and we’re keen to share this with the meetings and events community, many of whom share an interest in the subject.
“The series starts with some of the stars we have on site, but we’re really excited about some of the names we have coming up in the series.”