Sir Graham Henry
Sir Graham Henry coached the All Blacks to glory in the 2011 Rugby World Cup, and finished his All Blacks career as one of the most successful rugby coaches of all time. He coached the All Blacks to 88 wins in 103 Tests for a winning percentage of 85.4 percent. As well as winning Rugby World Cup 2011, the All Blacks have held the Bledisloe Cup every year since 2003, won the Investec Tri Nations five times and achieved three Grand Slams against the Northern Hemisphere Home Unions.
For much of his life rugby coaching was very much secondary to Graham's school teaching career. His time at Auckland Grammar, where he nurtured players like Grant Fox, was followed by the headmaster's job at Kelston, from 1987 - 1996. Graham himself played Senior Rugby and Cricket in Christchurch, Dunedin and Auckland, and First Class Cricket for Canterbury and Otago.
Graham currently works with leading New Zealand companies such as Downer, Farmlands, Reckitt & Benckiser and the Giltrap Spencer Group focusing on team building, culture and leadership development. He sits on the board of The Plunket and Hillary Foundation; is an Ambassador for Coastguard; a Patron for Kiwis for Kiwi; and on the advisory board for the Pinnacle Programme.