• Bruce Cotterill

Golf and breakfast on the North Harbour Club menu in February

The North Harbour Club programme is well under way for 2024.

Applications for the 2024 AIMES Awards closed on Friday 19 January with a large number of entries received once again. A team of judges now has the difficult task over the next two months to determine who will receive awards in 2024. These awards will be presented at the North Harbour Club’s annual black tie gala dinner held at the Bruce Mason Centre in Takapuna on Friday 7 June. MC for this event will be Patrick Gower.
There are two events being held by the North Harbour Club during February. On Thursday 15 February the Golf Warehouse Takapuna hosts the club’s next 'Driving Range Challenge'. On Tuesday 27 February Regatta Bar and Eatery in Takapuna hosts the club’s first Business Excellence Network (BEN) Breakfast, with the guest speaker Bruce Cotterill.

Driving Range Challenge
You don’t need to be a golfer to enter this fun driving range challenge! – Thursday 15 February

This competition is using Toptracer virtual games on the popular driving range and is designed for non-golfers too – no longest drive required! This technology offers a fun, engaging and tech-driven experience that will appeal to all. Participants will enter individually and be placed in a team, providing networking opportunities and an even playing field! Each team will play three games with prizes to be won!
The event starts at 4.30pm, with the prizegiving (and more networking) taking place at Fantail & Turtle at Smales Farm,
from 6.30pm.
Entry is $20 plus GST for Next and NHC members, $30 plus GST for non-members.
To book, or more information email: louise@northharbourclub.co.nz

Business Excellence Breakfast with Bruce Cotterill
– Tuesday 27 February

Takapuna local Bruce Cotterill is a ‘transformational leader’ with extensive experience across a range on industries. His business career has been extensive as a leader, a professional director in governance roles, and he also gives back with a lifetime commitment to charity work. Bruce’s very recent charitable efforts have involved launching the Bikes for Bloke Charitable Trust with Paul Muir, going on to ride the length of New Zealand twice and raising over $500,000 for men’s mental health and prostate cancer charities.
Bruce is the author of a best-selling business book ‘The Best Leaders Don’t Shout’. He also writes a well-read weekly column in the New Zealand Herald and hosts his own podcast ‘Leaders Getting Coffee’.
Tickets for this breakfast are limited. Be quick, it will sell out, $65+gst per person.
You can book online: northharbourclub.co.nz or by emailing: info@northharbourclub.co.nz

For more information about the North Harbour Club & Charitable Trust, visit: northharbourclub.co.nz

Issue 149 February 2024