Australian Financial Review BOSS Magazine
– Young Executives 2017
I love to challenge the status quo and try new things that differentiate Aurecon.
After being shortlisted from 100 nominations to 10 finalists, I had to face a rigorous panel of heavyweight business leaders and participate in a gruelling ‘CEO for a day’ simulation exercise to test my ability to run an organisation. Applying my unconventional thinker attribute enabled me to differentiate myself in how I looked at running a business. Applying an unconventional thinker lens to our people practices enables Aurecon to differentiate itself, which is critical as people practices have never been as important as they are now.
I was thrilled and honoured to be named one of six winners of the Australian Financial Review BOSS magazine’s Young Executives 2017. The award recognises the importance of having a focus on ‘human-centric’ leadership in running organisations today. We’re entering a period of dramatic change in which it will take a very different toolkit of skills to thrive in a globally disrupted marketplace and HR leaders will play an important role in helping organisations navigate this change successfully.
Learn more about Liam’s award win and read his glimpses into the future: You can find them on our Just Imagine blog.
Learn more about Liam’s award win and read his glimpses into the future:
You can find them on our Just Imagine blog.