The Importance of Leadership, Brand and People.
View from the Top with Terry Agnew, CEO of RAC (Western Australia)
- Thursday 23 June 2016
- 5.30 pm to 7.30 pm
- Curtin Graduate School of Business, 78 Murray Street, Perth
The Curtin Graduate School of Business invites you to the View from the Top Seminar Series event – “Turbulent Times – the importance of Leadership, Brand and People”, presented by Terry Agnew, Group CEO of RAC Western Australia
In this seminar, Terry will share his insights on the importance of organisational and personal leadership in this time of turbulence and change. He will also share his views of how critical brand, people and culture are to organisational success.
About Terry Agnew
Terry is the Group CEO of RAC (Western Australia). RAC started as a motoring club in 1905 and with almost 2000 employees, RAC now provides a range of diverse services to over 800,000 Western Australians in the areas of motoring, insurance, finance, travel, tourism parks and resorts, retirement and home services.
Before joining RAC, Terry was Managing Director of SGIC Holdings Ltd. (a general insurance and health insurance organisation) in South Australia. He has also worked in the oil and gas industry, in the university sector and as a consultant.
Terry has had a range of executive and board roles with private and public companies, mutual and member organisations, government, and educational organisations. He currently sits on the boards of Edge Employment Solutions, RAA Insurance and the MDA National Insurance Board.
Terry is also a Director of the Business Council of Co-operatives and Mutuals and a member of CEOs for Gender Equity. He is a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management, Senior Fellow of the Financial Services Institute of Australia (Finsia) and Member of the Australian Institute of Engineers.
He has previously been President of the Australian Institute of Management (WA), President of AIM nationally, a director of the Insurance Commission of WA, a director of the West Coast Eagles Football Club and State President of the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA).
Terry has Chaired the Curtin Business School since 2008.