Colin Gregor

Tackling Teams

Speaker: Colin Gregor, Former Scotland 7s captain, currently an Executive Coach, Performance Consultant, Co-Commentator & Founder of P.H.I.T

Chair: Emma Watson Mack, Development Director, Entrepreneurial Scotland

Member level: Emerging|Growing|Leading

Event type: Workshop

Price: Complimentary 

Organisations are constantly seeking new ways to ensure their management and employees are more productive and their businesses are more profitable. There are many issues that can affect a high performance team such as: how well the team communicates, how it aligns itself around major initiatives, creation of short and long term plans, and accountability to deliver the required results.

In this workshop, Colin Gregor, a former Scotland 7s captain, will provide you with a greater understanding of a high performance team as well as plenty of ideas to take back to your team to check levels of trust and how effective their communication is.

Join us in Glasgow with our chair for the evening Emma Watson Mack for this interactive workshop which is sure to leave you inspired and getting the best out of your team.

  • When

    24th October 2017
  • Where

    Pinsent Masons
    141 Bothwell St
    G2 7EQ
    United Kingdom


Colin Gregor

Colin Gregor

Former Scotland 7s captain, currently an Executive Coach, Performance Consultant, Co-Commentator & Founder of P.H.I.T

A former Scotland 7s captain, Colin was a professional rugby player with Glasgow Warriors and Scotland 7s for 12 years, before injury ended his career in 2015. Retiring as Scotland’s most capped 7s player, Colin is the third highest points scorer on the HSBC Sevens World Series and represented Scotland at 3 7s World Cups and 2 Commonwealth Games. As captain Colin had a major role in establishing Scotland 7s as a high performance team. During his spell as captain Scotland rose from 13th in the world to 7th, and the foundations were laid for future success.

Emma Watson Mack

Development Director

Emma Watson Mack is the Development Director for Entrepreneurial Scotland. 

Having studied Psychology at St Andrew's University Emma joined the Royal Artillery as an officer in 1993, serving for eight years and completing tours in Northern Ireland, Bosnia and Cyprus with the United Nations. Emma was selected as the first female to serve on the front line in a combat role, training as a Forward Observation Officer. 

Tackling Teams