DR. PETER SAUL
If any of the following situations are concerning you as a leader, then let's talk:
Peter Saul has over 30 years consulting experience in both the public and private sectors in Australia and overseas (including major assignments in Indonesia and Malaysia). He has implemented major consulting assignments in a variety of industries including: education; government; mining; energy; airlines; computing; oil refining; water; chemicals; manufacturing; finance, insurance and banking; pharmaceuticals; health care; medical and scientific research.
He has conducted research for the Karpin Taskforce on Leadership and Management in Australia; the Business Council of Australia; and the Australian Institute of Management.
Peter publishes regularly in professional magazines and journals (see Articles/Papers page for examples) and is a regular speaker at professional conferences and seminars and has been a guest lecturer at all of Sydney's major universities. Peter has been interviewed for his views on organisations, management and change by Maxine McKew and Angela Catterns. He was a co-author with Professor Roger Collins of the Management Competencies Development Program (a computer based personal development program published by McGraw Hill).
Peter has been a member of the Strategic Planning and Management sub-committee of the Board of St. Vincents Hospital. He was a founding Director of the Future of Work Foundation and was for many years a member of the Professional Advisory Board of The Futures Foundation. He is a futurist on the Management Committee of the Future Problem Solving Program in Australian schools.
Early in his career, Peter worked for IBM, the Coombs Royal Commission on Australian Government Administration, the Commonwealth Public Service Board, the Department of Defence, Chandler & Macleod Consultants, and Hay Consultants.
Peter has a Ph.D in Organisational Behaviour from the University of New South Wales.
In November 1997, he was awarded the Australian Human Resources Institute's inaugural Pontifex Award for his significant contribution to human resource management in Australia.
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