Paul McAuley is the director and principal adviser the indelible link.
Paul brings over 30 years’ experience in human resources and business management across a diverse range of industries and geographies.
Paul brings over 30 years of experience across a range of industries and blue chip companies including 3M, Optus, Perpetual, Suncorp and Rio Tinto. This allows him to bring ideas from many worlds and weave them into the right solution for you.
Paul has worked in industries as diverse as mining, funds management, banking and telecommunications. He has worked both within the Australian marketplace as well as global roles.
He has worked in both senior HR as well as business management roles. This means he understands the pressures on business managers, the challenges of managing large teams and budgets and the tension in trying to please multiple stakeholders.
Since starting the indelible link in 2013, Paul has worked for a diverse group of clients – private, public and not for profit, small and large from a range of sectors.
This experience coupled with a pragmatic approach means that dealing with us will be a different experience in a few key ways:
we take a collaborative approach – we combine our knowledge of people and organisation practices with your deep knowledge of your organisation and your strategy to come up with the best solutions
you get to work with me. I don’t just do the front end, but am engaged with your business all the way through.
we are business oriented rather than doing HR stuff for its own ends. Having worked in line management roles, prior to starting the indelible link, I am not going to bring you airy fairy concepts – but real solutions that work!
we are innovative – I bring over 30 years of experience across a range of industries and blue chip companies including 3M, Optus, Perpetual, Suncorp and Rio Tinto. This allows me to bring ideas from many worlds and weave them into the right solution for you.
We bring a mix of corporate and consulting experience delivering leading thinking with a bias for what works.
….. so even in the face of the most complex people or organisational challenges, you can feel comfortable that there’s not too much we haven’t seen