Gavin Hastings

Gavin Hastings

Gavin Hastings is best known as an international rugby player.

He had 61 caps at full back for Scotland 20 of them as Captain. He captained the British Lions on the 1993 tour to New Zealand and has scored 700 points in test rugby.

As managing director of his own consultancy he handles sponsorship deals to raise awareness of companies by association with high profile sporting events or teams.

Gavin has also been the driving force behind projects such as Scotlands 2009 Ryder Cup bid.

Gavins debut for Scotland was against France in 1986 alongside his brother Scott. Gavin kicked 6 penalty goals to give Scotland victory by 18 points to 17. Gavin retired from rugby following the 1995 World Cup in South Africa and founded Hastings International.

Gavin offers audiences great insight into what it takes to be a great team player and leader. He shows how we can apply the lessons learned on the rugby pitch to a business environment to achieve better performance.

He is also an excellent event host and entertaining after dinner speaker.

No stranger to public speaking Gavin appears regularly in the media and newspapers and his tailor-made presentations are filled with a mix of humorous and inspirational anecdotes.