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Following his retirement from professional rugby a few weeks ago, former USA Rugby captain Blaine Scully has set his sights on continuing to grow his own knowledge of leadership and teams with the greater goal of sharing that knowledge with others.BrandForward, The Captain’s Code dives deep into what makes a great captain, and the hard-earned lessons in leadership from those who have held the role.
“This show is built around the idea that we can all improve and make more meaningful contributions to the team, organization and to each other,” Scully told FOS. “It’s been a really fun project. I was pushed by the team at BrandForward to do (a podcast) and get outside my comfort zone.”
“I’m still more comfortable answering questions than I am asking them, but in the end, these were all conversations I would have wanted to have anyway. The Captain’s Code is just an extension of that, and having conversation with outstanding people who can provide such unique perspective and insight,” Scully said.
Below are the guests that joined Scully in the show’s first season.
Al Guido, President of the San Francisco 49ers
Casey Schwab, Vice President, NFL Players AssociationAnn Kletz, Co-Founder and CEO of Goal Five, and former DI soccer player
Tara Moeller, Past President of Camelbak, former captain and DI rower
Steven Webster, CEO of Asensei, former university karate captain / coach
Coach Jack Clark, Cal Berkeley varsity head coach, one of Cal’s Ten Most Influential Sports Figures of the 20th Century, Former National Team player, GM & Head Coach
Coach Tom Billups, Cal Berkeley associate head coach, former professional rugby player, National Team captain and Head Coach
Todd Dunivant, GM Sacramento Republic, former MLS standout and US National Team player“In our first season, I was fortunate enough to speak with leaders across sport and industry – athletes, coaches and business leaders – who all were thoughtful, interesting and inspiring,’ said Scully. “They shared valuable lessons in leadership that I believe anyone can learn from, and will definitely help me personally grow, develop and get better.”
Filmed last year in and around Scully’s Rugby World Cup training schedule, the podcast is launching in unison with the PlayersTV official debut on Samsung TV Plus, Samsung’s free Smart TV video service. Video episodes of The Captain’s Code began airing on PlayersTV starting March 25, which is found on Channel 1003. Viewers can also subscribe to The Captain’s Code on Apple or Spotify.