Culture is an important driver of organisational success. Now, more than ever, the shape of the internal environment influences the external outcomes and customer experiences and ultimately the bottom line. It is the way people behave, what they believe and how the values are upheld in the business that is crucial.
Given the importance organisational culture has on performance, it’s surprising that, according to Better Boards, many have little to do with it and leave it to the CEO and Executive team. But is that true here and what role should Boards play?
Rob Campbell is one of New Zealand’s most experienced board members. He has been a member of a number of boards including NZ Post, BNZ, Ports of Auckland, ACC investment committee. He is currently Chair of Summerset Group Holdings Ltd, Tourism Holdings Ltd and SKYCITY Entertainment. He has recently been awarded NZ Shareholders Association 'Beacon Award' 2017 and the Deloitte NZ 'Chair of the Year' 2017.
Rob will share his perspective on the role Board members play and drive discussion on the value he sees in building a strong and distinctive organisational culture. And, it’s not only his experience that will lend itself to a great conversation, with a Master of Philosophy in Economics you can be assured of some good debate.
Join us for the first of our 2018 Executive Stretch series.
4.00 – 6.30pm, Wednesday, 28th March 2018
ON-Brand Partners, G3, 317 New North Road, Kingsland, Auckland, New Zealand
(Old Kiwi Bacon Factory, entry via Aitken Terrace)
Tickets are $85.00 and can be booked via Eventbrite
About Executive Stretch
ON-Brand Partners know that change happens in the conversation and getting stimulating conversations happening is the goal of Executive Stretch. This is a series aimed at executive level leaders who are curious and open to different perspectives. It’s about stretching our thinking and challenging the paradigms that exist. We keep the group deliberately limited to 20.
*The $85 event price includes a $40 per ticket donation to a charity of our speaker's choice.