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Les thèmes d'interventions ou de Team-Building de FABIEN GALTHIE  :

- Transformation et Changement
- Management & Leadership
- La performance collective
- Esprit d'équipe, engagement et motivation
- La transmission du savoir-faire
- Innovation


FABIEN GALTHIE, né le 20 mars 1969 à Cahors dans le Lot, est un joueur international français de rugby à XV, évoluant au poste de demi de mêlée au sein de l'effectif du Stade français après avoir quitté en 2001 l'US Colomiers où il effectue l'essentiel de sa carrière.

En dix-sept ans au plus haut niveau, FABIEN GALTHIE a inscrit à son palmarès un titre de champion de France en 2002-2003, un Challenge européen en 1997-1998, trois Grands Chelems (1997, 1998, et 2002), une finale de Coupe du monde. Il a disputé quatre Coupes du monde. Pourtant, son parcours en équipe de France est délicat et compliqué.

À sa retraite de joueur, FABIEN GALTHIE entraîne le Stade français de 2004 à 2008, puis le Montpellier Hérault rugby de 2010 à 2014. Il est champion de France avec le Stade français et finaliste avec Montpellier.

Il est également consultant sportif pour la télévision.

 

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FABIEN GALTHIE (born 20 March 1969) is a French rugby union coach and former player. His usual position was at scrum-half. He played much of his club rugby for Colomiers, and later on in his career, Stade Français. Galthié won 64 caps for France, including four Rugby World Cup appearances, as well as captaining the side at the 2003 World Cup. Former France national coach Bernard Laporte has described him as the greatest scrum-half in French history. He was the IRB International Player of the Year in 2002.

FABIEN GALTHIE became the coach of Stade Français after head coach Nick Mallet departed the Paris club. Galthié was contacted by Max Guazzini to take up the coaching job. In the first season, Paris made it to the final of both the Top 14 and Heineken Cup finals, but were beaten by Biarritz Olympique and Toulouse respectively. The following season Paris were beaten by Toulouse in the Top 14 semi-final, and they were knocked out of the Heineken Cup by Leicester.

FABIEN GALTHIE left Paris in 2008 to become a TV pundit with the French public national channel France 2 and private radio Europe 1. He was joined the Argentina coaching staff during their end-of-the-year tour of Europe in November and December 2008. Galthié signed a three-year coaching contract with Montpellier in 2010