Professor Chris Brady is the Professor of Management Studies and the Director of the Centre for Sports Business at Salford Business School. Prior to that he was Deputy Dean at Cass Business School in the City of London, and is considered a world expert in the art of management and leadership. Throughout his career, Chris has authored many books on a wide range of different subjects and is a close collaborator with a number of top flight football managers, but most recently co-authored Quiet Leadership with Carlo Ancelotti, a hugely interesting, first-hand, insight into Ancelotti's success in the game as a manager at the top level.
In this episode of Ramble Meets... Luke spends an hour with Chris ruminating on the skills needed to be a successful manager in the modern game, discovers just how unique and difficult a role being a top level football manager can be, and hears about the training behaviours of both Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Cristiano Ronaldo.
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This is a re-release of a Ramble Meets... from 24th April 2017. Previously only available to acast+ subscribers. Enjoy!
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