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David Gower – Cricket, Captaincy and Comedy

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Cricket Commentator and former England Captain David Gower joins The Humourology Podcast to discuss the importance of humour in the dressing room and on the pitch. Gower gives his take on leadership while sharing delightful stories from his time as one of the nations most capped cricketers and most quality commentators.

Paul Boross is joined by Cricket Commentator and former English Captain David Gower. The former captain shares stories from his legendary run as one of the country’s most captivating cricketers. Gower knows that laughter and leadership go hand in hand both on the pitch and in the pitch meeting.

“When there is tension, which needs deflecting at times, there are all sorts of situations which either need or gets humour anyway.”

Gower covers everything from his club career to his captaincy to his commentating to share how comedy can create a quality community. Join us this week to better yourself with the best of the blonde-haired batsmen only on The Humourology Podcast.

 

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