Eddie Jones took over as head coach of the England Rugby team in the autumn of 2015 after England's dramatic exit from the World Cup. Currently on an unbeaten run of nine games, he has led England to both their first Grand Slam victory since 2003 and their first ever whitewash of Australia in Australia. Most remarkably, he achieved this success with almost the entire squad he inherited from his predecessor. He has rightly been lauded for his leadership and management skills and England are currently ranked as the #2 side in the world behind World Champions New Zealand. In his book, Eddie Jones will tell the story of England’s remarkable turnaround. He will also draw on his coaching experience of both Australia, when he lost in the final to Clive Woodward’s 2003 World Cup winning team, and coaching Japan to the greatest upset in World Cup Rugby history when they beat South Africa. He will talk extensively about the leadership lessons that are equally applicable off the pitch as well as how he has managed both success and learnt from failure to now be rated as one of the top sports coaches of his generation.