Graeme Russell

Graeme Russell

Director

Areas of expertise

  • Strategic change
  • Executive Coaching
  • Learning innovation
  • Leadership development
  • Organisational change
  • Diversity, Flexibility and Curiosity
  • Facilitation

Career History

Graeme is a consultant on diversity, flexibility, work/life, creative learning, fatherhood and organisational change, with both a National and an International reputation. He has previously been an Associate Professor in Psychology at Macquarie University where he taught Organisational Change and Development, Flexibility and Diversity.

He began his consulting work with his pioneering approach to work/life and diversity in Alcoa, Caltex Oil, Esso and Nestle. He has since worked in a range of industries and organisations in Australia, New Zealand, Europe, US, Singapore, Japan, Korea and China. In was an invited presenter at a Global Roundtable on Work/Life in the Asian Region (held in China).

Graeme is an expert facilitator and trainer, specialising in designing and conducting highly interactive and experiential-based activities (eg., Diversity Walk, Real Play, Simulation Games) for senior leaders and managers. He has recently conducted interactive sessions for leaders in: Alcoa, ANZ, Brookfield Multiplex, Campbell Arnotts, Commonwealth Bank, Freehills, IAG, Johnson & Johnson Medical, Mallesons, Stryker and Shell International, a range of federal and state departments and for two CEO networks.

Other local and global organisations he has worked with include, ATKearney, Bank of New Zealand, Boston College, Chevron, Colgate Palmolive, IBM, Lend Lease, Merck Sharp & Dohme, National Australia Bank, SAP, Singapore Government, Uniliver and Westpac.

Graeme is on the Board of the Diversity Council of Australia. He is also the author of four books and two monographs and was the co-designer of the highly successful Men at Work program.

Graeme is the author of four books and two monographs and was the co-designer of the highly successful Men at Work program.

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