Conférence & Séminaire

World-class rugby legend Sébastien Chabal on building collective success in sports and business

Tarif :
PY 9,000 for members of the French Chamber
JPY 18,000 for non-members of the French Chamber
(to be paid in cash at the door or online with PayPal)
(including French buffet dinner with wines)
Any cancellation after the deadline or no-show will be charged.

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Sébastien Chabal


The French Chamber is glad to announce the next event in the HR Committee event on Thursday, April 11, 2019 at the French Institute of Tokyo.

In an increasingly fragmented and disruptive business environment, it takes a lot of drive for managers to keep their teams focused and motivated - and for team members to stay positive when faced with unforeseen changes. Many parallels have been drawn to the world of competitive sports: How do you make the team work in the same direction? How do you foster and keep a “winning spirit”? How do you “bounce back” after a defeat? What can you learn from these experiences?

Exceptionally in Tokyo for a few days, French rugby star Sébastien Chabal will share his insights on mental preparation, resilience, team building and life after sports. The conference will conclude on a Q&A session with Grégory Dancs, President and Representative Director of NAOS Japan (Bioderma, Esthederm). It will be followed by a French buffet dinner, complete with wines from Mr. Chabal’s exclusive range.


About the speaker

Sébastien Chabal is a French former rugby union player. He played number eight and lock for Bourgoin (1998–2004), Sale Sharks (2004–2009), Racing Métro 92 Paris (2009–February 2012), and for the French national team.
Chabal played professionally for 16 years and won the English Premiership with Sale, and the 2007 Six Nations Championship with France. He also finished in fourth place at the 2007 Rugby World Cup. He earned his first international cap on 4 March 2000 against Scotland, and represented France in 62 games, bringing his team to victory in many situations. He is one of France’s most popular sportsmen.

Since his retirement from rugby, Mr Chabal has channeled his passion and professionalism into several business ventures, including a partnership with French winemaker Cellier des Chartreux. He will be presenting his exclusive range of wines after the conference. An opportunity not to be missed!

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