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“Jamie is inspirational, positive and talks with passion and from the heart about his experiences in the world of Rugby League and how these enabled him to be the very best he could be and reach the top of his game. You could feel the buzz in the room as colleagues were engaged and inspired on how they can develop their resilience, leadership skills, take personal control of their future and really make things happen with determination and dedication. I would highly recommend Jamie to speak at your events.”

Wendy Pretten, Managing Director, Places for People Homes

“Jamie’s talk was really motivating and an inspiration to all of us – especially our team leaders – whether they were new to the role of had years of experience. It was really relevant to us as a team and we have taken away lots of examples we can apply not only to our day jobs but our personal lives too. Jamie delivered his presentation really well and was engaging throughout the session – and you don’t have to know anything about rugby league either! We would have no hesitation in recommending Jamie to others who want to inspire, engage and motivate their teams. ”

British Gas

“We were really pleased that Jamie join us for our inaugural Yorkshire Leadership Awards as our keynote speakers. he shared some great anecdotes of his leadership experience playing rugby league at both club and international level. Feedback from our 230 strong audience was positive.”

The Business Desk.


Jamie Peacock MBE is considered to be one of the best players of his generation having won every honour in the domestic competition. A player of undoubted talent, who through his determination and commitment both on and off the pitch has been able to earn respect from not only his team mates but his opponents on both sides of the hemisphere and has twice been named as the best forward in the world.

An outstanding moment in Jamie’s career came in 2011, when Jamie made his return from a career threatening injury to help the Rhinos make history by becoming the only team to win the Grand Final from outside the top three, this was Jamie’s record-breaking 7th Grand Final win. He then captained England in the autumn Four-Nations tournament where they exceeded expectation and made the final, losing to Australia at Elland Road. To finish off another excellent year, Jamie was recognised in the New Years Honours List and was awarded a MBE for his services to the game.

Jamie is now as successful on the after dinner circuit as he was on the field. Jamie’s “No White Flag” motivational speech is both a fascinating insight into his career and an inspirational presentation on how to be the best, achieve your goals and to face fears, through hard work and ethic above talent.