Business adviser, former CEO and past humanitarian aid worker, Andrew MacLeod (Ba/LLB (Tas), LLM (Soton), GDip International Law (Melb), GAICD) is an accomplished team builder and leader. He is currently the Managing Director of Good Super, a company that believes superannuation funds must take the responsibility to hold companies to account not just for quarterly returns, but for long term risk reduction and value preservation, in part through good corporate citizenship and implementation of 'shared value' programs.
MacLeod is a Non Executive Director of New York based Cornerstone Capital, an advisor to Gane Energy Australia, Partners in Performance International, Homestrings PLC and Critical Resource (UK), is an Affiliate Senior Associate to the Center for Strategic International Studies in Washington DC, sits on the Sustainable Accounting Advisory Board, and advises numerous charities. He maintains a Commission as an Australian Army Officer (reserve).
MacLeod brings a practical, experienced assessment of sovereign and community risks attached to prospective or actual projects, particularly in developing economies. Such links result in more accurate asset valuations in major transactions and will lead to asset protection strategies through true community partnership.
He was previously General Manager Community, Communications and External Relations for Rio Tinto (Copper), CEO of the Committee for Melbourne, member of the Steering Committee of the World Economic Forum 'Future of Civil Society' project, Kings College Humanitarian Futures project, a high level UN official responsible for coordination of massive humanitarian operations and a Delegate of the International Committee of the Red Cross.
Andrew received the Humanitarian Overseas Service Medal by Australia for work in the Balkans and was awarded a second time for work in Rwanda. He received the Australian Defence Medal for service as an officer in the Australian Infantry. He was awarded the Silver Medal for Humanity from the Montenegrin Red Cross and was recognised by the Australian Government for his work in East Timor. MacLeod was also recognised with the Australian Davos Connection Leadership Award.
In 2015, Andrew was appointed a visiting professor to Kings College in London as part of the Policy Institute to examine corporate/community relations.
MacLeod is a strong keynote speaker, panel facilitator and panellist. His engaging speaking style, with a strong message, enhances every senior leadership gathering.
Andrew Macleod travels from Victoria Australia
- Demographics and Their Implication for Business, Liveability and Prosperity
- Innovation and Creativity in Business and Society
- Keys to Effective Leadership
- Teamwork: Building Multi-Facted and Results Focused Teams