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Inspiring leaders and managers to build champion teams and customers for life.
As a five time CEO and current Company Chairman and Director, Bruce is a proven transformation leader with extensive experience across a range of industries including real estate, media, financial services, technology and retail. He is a passionate leader of change, and he believes that better leadership is critical to improving business performance through people.
His various achievements include:
- Led real estate giant Colliers out of the 1990’s property recession;
- In six months took a single product from losing $600,000 per year to a $2.2 million profit;
- Also led Kerry Packer’s ACP Media, and iconic NZ company Canterbury International;
- Oversaw the largest debt restructure in NZ corporate history – $1.8 billion at Yellow Pages Group;
- Has made over 2,000 speeches and presentations in NZ, Australia, Asia, UK and USA.
Bruce is now a professional director with a portfolio comprising six boards, is a highly regarded advisor to business leaders, and is one of Australasia’s leading conference keynote speakers.
The best leaders don’t shout
How to engage your people, manage millennials and get things done.
In The Best Leaders Don’t Shout five time CEO Bruce Cotterill shares the lessons he learned fixing broken businesses and rebuilding shattered teams. In this jargon free book and enlightened pathway to improving business performance, Bruce tells memorable stories and shares simple tools, lists and templates, summaries and questions that will help everyone from CEOs to team leaders to build better workplaces, more engaged teams, and happier customers.
Once you read this book, you’ll want a copy for each and every person on your leadership team. Your people will thank you, and so will your customers, and bank manager.
This is a very powerful book filled with laser-focused insights on how to lead an organisation to great success. It is one of the few business books I would consider a must read.
John Spence – USA Top 100 Business Thought Leader
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IN MY OPINION…
Bruce Cotterill: The key to beating the crime wave: More police on our streets
It hasn’t been a good couple of weeks for the Police Minister. She’s been out on the circuit, putting out press releases and doing interviews. She’s been celebrating the additional 1800 recruits who have joined the police force, and in doing so congratulating herself...
Bruce Cotterill: Time to abandon the costly experiments
It’s amazing what you get used to. I’ve spent most of this week in Perth, Western Australia. While Auckland flooded, it’s been warm and sunny. Unfortunately, I’ve been in a conference room. But I did get out and drive around a bit. And I’m pleasantly surprised. The...
Envy taxes will make all Kiwis poorer, writes Bruce Cotterill
“Rich people”. The term conjures up a variety of thoughts. Many will run to the immediate vision of the “Trumpesque” character. Brash, arrogant and sometimes obnoxious even. While that description may apply to a few, the great majority of our wealthy people are...
Bruce Cotterill: Vocal minorities drowning out the majority view
A few years back, in the early stages of this Government, I wrote an article entitled “The protesters shall inherit the earth”. The column centred on a view that those who shout the loudest will get the attention and that many in the current Government have come from...
Bruce Cotterill: Watch out – Common sense ahead
Somebody once said that the trouble with common sense is that it is not particularly common. And you would have to agree that the antics of our various elected officials over the past few years seem to support that view. So what a pleasure it is to see that things are...
Bruce Cotterill: $2b for welfare – is that our best spending choice?
In a week when we’ve seen overseas banks start to collapse, it seems that New Zealand continues to underperform economically as a result of decisions past and present. The news that the New Zealand economy contracted by a surprisingly high 0.6 per cent in the December...