Danny Care is a current rugby union player who plays for England and Harlequins. A versatile player who mainly plays at scrum-half or fly-half, Care has built an incredible career to date and continues to improve as a player. Although he started his professional career at Leeds in 2003, Care has played for Harlequins since 2006 and continues to play for the club. Considered a legend at the club, Care has played over 250 games for Harlequins.
Showing incredible loyalty throughout his career, Care often discusses the importance of loyalty from a business perspective, demonstrating how far loyalty can take you within a business. Also showing extreme drive and determination for both club and country, Care uses his rugby experiences to inspire his audiences by discussing drive and determination.
Care has enjoyed success throughout his domestic and international career, winning a number of titles domestically and internationally. He made his England debut in 2008 and has played 84 games scoring 79 points. During his time as an England player, Care has been a part of three Six Nations winning squads including a Grand Slam winning squad in 2016. He has also represented England Sevens in seven games scoring 120 points. For the Sevens team, Care won a silver medal at both the 2004 and 2006 Commonwealth Games. For Harlequins, Care has won the Aviva Premiership in 2012 and the Amlin Challenge Cup in 2011. Having been no stranger to success, Care often spends time speaking about his sporting success but mainly reflects on ways to maximise success whether it be sports or business-related.
Now continuing to play for England and Harlequins, Care has also become a rugby speaker and provides truly inspiring after dinner speeches. He often uses his rugby career and success to explain a number of business-related topics to his audience. Care has a great personality and humour which ensures his speeches are not only insightful, but they also provide lots of fun and laughter. When at events, he often discusses striving for excellence and peak performance.