Our Personal Brand and Rotary's Reputation and Relevance
Presenter: Garry Browne AM
Date: Sunday 24th March 2024
Time: 12 noon – 1pm AEDT or 2pm – 3pm NZT
Join us for our March session as Garry Browne discusses how Rotary’s reputation and relevance is dependent on our personal brand as Rotary members.
Garry’s professional expertise has stretched over four decades in building brands both commercial and personal. He has developed and grown some of the best-known consumer brands in Australia and been the catalyst for helping people young and not so young in building their own personal brands. This involvement extends to community and profit for purpose organisations.
Garry now divides his time between roles in the Corporate, Government and the Not-for-Profit space, as a Non-Executive Director and Chairman including, mentoring and philanthropic projects. He currently Chairs the Boards of Stuart Alexander, UNSW International House Residential College and the Charlie Teo Foundation; a Director of The Australian War Memorial ANZAC Foundation, a Council Member of The Centre for Social Impact Advisory Council, an Ambassador for Legacy Australia and Future Generation; Director of Rotary Foundation Australia, and Adjunct Professor at the University of Technology Sydney. He was awarded the Member of the Order of Australia in 2014.
Garry also recently wrote a book, Brand New Brand You and has a Podcast called The Personal Brand Catalyst.
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