Brian Weeks

Key Experience

  • Senior corporate leadership roles including: General Manager and Group Human Resources Manager; strategy development and implementation planning
  • Extensive international experience leading change to address cultural reform and drive business transformation in a broad range of industries
  • Deep expertise in building leadership capability at all levels, business coaching, team development, and teaching complex problem solving

Key Clients

  • Bonds Industries
  • Amoco Chemicals
  • BP/Amoco

About Brian

“Good organisations engage good people who plan and execute at a superior level. Great organisations build a culture where individual leadership thrives at every level.”

With extensive experience in strategy and human resources working for leading corporations in Australia and the USA, Brian is a strong leader of change initiatives that address cultural reform and drive functional and business transformation.

Brian is an excellent communicator with a proven track record in coaching, mentoring and developing management and staff across all levels of an organisation. He has a genuine understanding of ‘leadership’ in practice and takes a ‘big picture’, creative approach to problem-solving.

Prior to becoming a business coach and leadership adviser, Brian’s corporate roles included Group Human Resources Manager for Bonds Industries, General Manager for Amoco Chemicals and Business Unit HR Manager for Amoco/BP, based in the US.

Brian helps clients maximise their individual learning and performance by:

  • linking individual performance to the organisation’s strategic intent
  • building leadership capabilities at all organisational levels
  • creating interventions to better understand conflict and the benefits of resolution
  • recognising and building on diverse capability sets.

Brian’s education includes:

  • Diploma in Labour Relations and the Law, Sydney University Law School
  • Human Resource Management, Meadowbank Technical College, Sydney
  • Advanced Management Program, Australian Business College, Mount Eliza