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Sean Fitzpatrick

Sean Fitzpatrick

Sean Fitzpatrick played 92 international rugby matches for the All Blacks from 1986-1998, including a world record of 63 consecutive Test matches and 51 Test matches as captain of New Zealand. 

Sean is legend in sporting circles, as one of a select few chosen to captain the mighty All Blacks. At the end of 1999, Fitzpatrick was named as hooker in Rugby World magazine’s Team of the Century. Sean is still very much involved in rugby – he is currently on the Main Board of Directors of Harlequins RFC, an author and journalist to various international publications including “Winning Matters” and his autobiography “Fronting Up”, as well as a pundit on Sky Sports and ITV. In 2014, Sean was inaugurated into the IRB Hall of Fame.

He is now a successful entrepreneur, co-founding and directing a number of companies. Sean is also a brilliant motivational speaker who also provides world class consultation and leadership advice to senior global management at companies. His expanding portfolio includes organisations such as Microsoft, Renaissance Capital, Hewlett Packard, Nestle, Saatchi & Saatchi, General Motors, Heinz and many more.

Sean relates his experiences as leader of the All Blacks to the world of business, drawing parallels between the two. His sessions are extremely motivational and perfect for senior leaders and management audiences.

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Sean tackled some big issues in his uncompromising style, nobody left the room without a point of view on the issues Sean addressed and challenges he set people to be the best they can be

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  • Price Range:

    £5,000 - £12,500

    Price based on UK delivery

  • Categories:

    Business, Sport

  • Topics:

    Coaching, Goal Setting, High Performing Teams, Leadership, Mindset, Performance, Personal Development, Planning & Preparation, Rugby, Teamwork

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