Written on the 6 June 2011
BRONWYN Morris (pictured) is a director of Spotless Group, QIC Limited, RACQ and Care Australia and also a member of the Australian Advisory Committee of Parsons Brinckerhoff and a councillor of the AICD Queensland division. She is also one of the key people in the 2018 Commonwealth Games Gold Coast bid team and has also served on the boards of Colorado Group, Stanwell Corporation and Brisbane Marketing.
Your directorial resume reads like a ‘who’s who’ of corporate Australia. What is the role of today’s professional non-executive director?
How do you approach decision making across the different types of boards?
How do you determine when your job is done and it’s time to step down as a non-exec director?
What are your thoughts on the privatisation and subsequent ASX-float of Queensland Rail and how it’s been received by investors and the general public?
What’s the best piece of advice you can give to young business leaders who one day aspire to hold multiple board positions?
Tell us a bit about your role in the Commonwealth Games bid?