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Former Wallaby captain and Rugby Union legend

Rugby Union legend Nathan ‘Sharpie’ Sharpe is one of Australia’s most decorated rugby players. When he retired as captain of the Wallabies in 2012 he was Australia’s most-capped forward with 116 tests and the second most-capped player ever. His durability saw him become the most-capped player in Super Rugby history with 154 games for the Queensland Reds and Western Force.

Nathan played in three Rugby World Cup campaigns. In his final year of international rugby in 2012, he was awarded, for the second time, the prestigious John Eales Medal, for Wallaby Player of the Year.

With his long list of distinctions and awards, Nathan Sharpe has left an indelible impression on the game. While his presence on the field will be missed, Nathan continues to influence and inspire others off the field.

Not only was Nathan has been actively involved in the world of Rugby Union for fifteen years but he was also actively involved in the media and, as a result, has developed powerful communication skills and expert people management skills during this time.

Nathan presents to business, sporting and other clients on any number of team-orientated discussions. During his presentations he shares some of his experiences and lessons from his stellar rugby career and discusses how he applies these insights into life and business success beyond the field. Covering leadership, change management and team culture, Nathan combines his on field experience and business knowledge to deliver sessions that benefit audiences and their projects.

Nathan has also become a popular host for events, both intimate and large scale, from high-level executive occasions to more relaxed occasions.

From 2013 until 2015 Nathan held a commentary role on Fox Sports. He was also a regular columnist with the West Australian and had regular spot on Channel 10 News in Perth. This experience has given Nathan a balanced perspective on the importance of media in today’s sporting culture.

Nathan Sharpe is now actively involved in the Resource and Construction sector as a director of SES Labour Solutions, a specialist recruitment group supplying staffing solutions to the mining, oil, gas and construction sectors throughout Australia.

Nathan is also WA Patron of the Ronald McDonald’s Family Retreats and an ambassador for Volvo Car Group and Samsung

Nathan Sharpe continues to be a popular and frequently profiled member of the rugby community. He is respected worldwide for both his on-field efforts and engaging and affable off-field contributions, making him a much sought-after speaker for a wide range of audiences.

Nathan Sharpe talks about:

  • Rugby Union
  • Sportsmanship
  • Leadership
  • Teamwork

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Nathan Sharpe

Former Wallaby captain and Rugby Union legend

Quick Contact

Nathan Sharpe

Former Wallaby captain and Rugby Union legend

Rugby Union legend Nathan ‘Sharpie’ Sharpe is one of Australia’s most decorated rugby players. When he retired as captain of the Wallabies in 2012 he was Australia’s most-capped forward with 116 tests and the second most-capped player ever. His durability saw him become the most-capped player in Super Rugby history with 154 games for the Queensland Reds and Western Force.

Nathan played in three Rugby World Cup campaigns. In his final year of international rugby in 2012, he was awarded, for the second time, the prestigious John Eales Medal, for Wallaby Player of the Year.

With his long list of distinctions and awards, Nathan Sharpe has left an indelible impression on the game. While his presence on the field will be missed, Nathan continues to influence and inspire others off the field.

Not only was Nathan has been actively involved in the world of Rugby Union for fifteen years but he was also actively involved in the media and, as a result, has developed powerful communication skills and expert people management skills during this time.

Nathan presents to business, sporting and other clients on any number of team-orientated discussions. During his presentations he shares some of his experiences and lessons from his stellar rugby career and discusses how he applies these insights into life and business success beyond the field. Covering leadership, change management and team culture, Nathan combines his on field experience and business knowledge to deliver sessions that benefit audiences and their projects.

Nathan has also become a popular host for events, both intimate and large scale, from high-level executive occasions to more relaxed occasions.

From 2013 until 2015 Nathan held a commentary role on Fox Sports. He was also a regular columnist with the West Australian and had regular spot on Channel 10 News in Perth. This experience has given Nathan a balanced perspective on the importance of media in today’s sporting culture.

Nathan Sharpe is now actively involved in the Resource and Construction sector as a director of SES Labour Solutions, a specialist recruitment group supplying staffing solutions to the mining, oil, gas and construction sectors throughout Australia.

Nathan is also WA Patron of the Ronald McDonald’s Family Retreats and an ambassador for Volvo Car Group and Samsung

Nathan Sharpe continues to be a popular and frequently profiled member of the rugby community. He is respected worldwide for both his on-field efforts and engaging and affable off-field contributions, making him a much sought-after speaker for a wide range of audiences.

Nathan Sharpe talks about:

  • Rugby Union
  • Sportsmanship
  • Leadership
  • Teamwork

Client testimonials

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