My primary areas of focus are diversity, inclusion, inclusive leadership, team performance and the future of work. I blend academic rigour with practitioner insights. Currently a Professor of Practice in the School of Management and Governance, as well as a board member and independent workplace consultant, I was previously a partner in Deloitte. For ten years I led the National Diversity & Inclusion Consulting Practice in which capacity I advised global executives on D&I strategy and inclusive leadership. Prior to Deloitte I was a co-Founder of a boutique D&I consulting firm, and prior to that I worked in Government as a lawyer specialising firstly in criminal law and then human rights. As a sessional lecturer, I taught Organisational Behaviour at UNSW, and Advanced Discrimination Law at the University of Sydney.
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What skills are required to build climate resilience in organisations and meet the challenges of climate change in the future of work?
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Inclusive leadership empowers leaders to navigate diversity by emphasising six key factors for better team performance, says UNSW Business School’s Juliet Bourke
Adam Powick, CEO of Deloitte Australia, says the firm has taken a number of significant steps to remain competitive in the new world of work
Diversity of thinking is more of a challenge for leaders and their organisations through COVID-19, says Deloitte Australia's Juliet Bourke
Commitment to act and the courage to be vulnerable should form the foundation of any leadership model – not just inclusive leadership, according to Deloitte’s Juliet Bourke