About the facilitator
Julie's area of passion is the development of leaders with integrity. Julie has had a long career in education and the public service. Her public service encompassed both state and federal agencies including: Department of Premier and Cabinet, The Office of the Auditor General and The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. In these roles her work included the provision of advice on government policies, the preparation of Ministerial briefing notes, responses to Parliamentary Questions and Ministerial speeches.
She has two undergraduate degrees, in Education and the Arts, a Masters of Industrial Relations and a Doctorate which examined Ethical Leadership conducted with Chief Executive Officers of both the public and private sectors.
Her research and corporate work has covered such areas as values held by university students, the ethical dilemmas faced by local government planners, police and executives in Sri Lanka.
She has conducted many forums on ethics and leadership in both the public and private sectors at a state and national level. Julie has also been invited to work and present on ethics and leadership internationally in Sri Lanka, Singapore, China, Indonesia, Vietnam, Cambodia and, most recently, Italy.
Julie taught Business Ethics and Corporate Governance at Edith Cowan University in Perth, Western Australia. She has appeared regularly in various media outlets including radio, television and print media speaking about business ethics.
- Leading ethically
- The development of ethical workplace cultures
- Ethical coaching
- Ethical workplace audits
- Development of corporate values and codes of ethics
- The management of ethical dilemmas in the workplace
- Business writing for purpose and impact
- State government
- Local government
- Not for Profit
- Mining and resources