Former Captain of the New Zealand All Blacks
With 347 first class games and 92 Test matches, Sean Fitzpatrick has cemented his place amongst the greatest of New Zealand's All Black Legends. He is renowned as a tough and uncompromising hooker and competitor.
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Sean Fitzpatrick has made a great contribution to New Zealand and the world of rugby. His impressive record includes 51 tests as All Black Captain. Sean made his international debut in 1986 and he continued on to play a world record 63 consecutive test matches. He was appointed Captain in 1992 and went on to have a stunning career in first class rugby. Sean was awarded the New Zealand Order of Merit by the Governor General in 1997 and 2 years later he was appointed as 'Rugby Consultant' to the NZRFU responsible for player development and liaison. Since May 2000 he is Chairman of the Laureus World Sports Academy and a respected rugby analyst for TV and newspapers.
WHAT he OFFERS YOU
With his background as a winning team captain, Sean offers audiences his expertise as a leader and motivator. Drawing parallels between the game of rugby and business, he shares the lessons learned on the field and how to apply them to be successful in both.
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Training and Development Day
“Best guest speaker ever” was a really common piece of feedback on Sean Fitzpatrick’s speech. Sean is exceptionally engaging and his talk was really well received by the audience.
Sean Fitzpatrick delivers an excellent balance of international sport, business application and individual motivation. He is relaxed yet compelling.