Andrew MacLeod

SPECIALISES IN: Futurist Leadership Business
Andrew MacLeod

An acclaimed speaker, Professor Andrew MacLeod brings diversity of experiences to your audience. He aims to entertain and have audiences thinking “I never thought of things that way”.

An acclaimed speaker, Professor Andrew MacLeod brings diversity of experiences to your audience. He aims to entertain and have audiences thinking “I never thought of things that way”.

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A compelling speaker with a commanding approach that had our entire audience engaged and inspired to shift their thinking and take initiative toward a much smarter way of operating.

Program Director, The Faculty and CPO Forum
Andrew MacLeod
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Andrew has the courage to ask the hard questions and challenge people to work at a higher level of meaning and purpose!

Program Director, The Faculty and CPO Forum

Andrew MacLeod

SPECIALISES IN: Futurist Leadership Business

An acclaimed speaker, Professor Andrew MacLeod brings diversity of experiences to your audience. He aims to entertain and have audiences thinking “I never thought of things that way”.

MacLeod has deep understanding of today’s changing geo-politics and what this means for people, businesses and governments. He chairs Griffin Law (UK), co-founding its Brexit Advisory Services. He sits on the board of ESG focussed Cornerstone Capital. He has held other senior roles in multi-nationals such as Rio Tinto.

In not-for profit, he is a Non-Executive Director of billion-dollar foundation, Smoke Free World, and advises numerous governments and charities globally.

MacLeod is a Visiting Professor at Kings College London, a Vice Chancellor’s Distinguished Fellow at Deakin University and a Senior visiting lecturer at Tasmania University Law School. At Kings, he contributes to counter-extremism thinking and led the ‘Beyond Shared Value Commission’ measuring, in financial terms, external risks to corporations.

His UN work included Chief of Operations of the UN Emergency Coordination Centre in Pakistan, where he negotiated a complex partnership between Pakistan, US and UK military and international NGOs and UN agencies.

He remains an officer of the Australian Army Reserve, and is a swimming silver medallist at past World Masters Games.

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