Juliet BourkeJuliet Bourke

Partner, Human Capital at Deloitte Australia

Juliet is a Human Capital Partner in Deloitte and leads Deloitte’s Diversity and Inclusion Consulting agenda. She works with global clients to create cultural change through a focus on leadership, high performing teams, and diversity & inclusion. She has designed and delivered leadership programs to enhance leaders’ individual and team effectiveness, soft-skills, and inclusive capabilities.

She has over 25 years' experience in human capital, management, and law. Her latest book, entitled ‘Which two heads are better than one?: How diverse teams create breakthrough ideas and make smarter decisions’, is in its third edition and helps leaders understand how to systematically create diverse thinking and take team performance to the next level. She is a published author in HBR: The keys to inclusive leadership: Overcome unconscious bias using humility and empathy (2020) and Why inclusive leaders are good for organisations and how to become one (2019), the latter of which was ranked number 1 in April 2019 and has been viewed 250,000+ times.

Juliet is a member of Deloitte Australia’s Diversity Council and sits on a number of boards and award panels, such as Harvard’s Women’s Leadership Board, the Global Institute for Women’s Advisory Council King’s College London, Macquarie University’s Global MBA Board and the Navy’s Diversity Council. Juliet’s own awards include Women Lawyers Association of NSW (Achievement Award), University of NSW (Alumni Award) and Centre for Leadership for Women. In 2019 Juliet was recognised by the Australian Financial Review as one of Australia’s top 100 Women of Influence.

A highly engaging public speaker, Juliet has presented at hundreds of global conferences, including TEDx, APE and European Forum Alpbach. She holds a BA, LLB, LLM (Hons) and is a PhD candidate at Brunel University London.

Takes part in

Sep, 3 8:00 AM CEST
Stage 2
Panel Discussion

Inclusive Infrastructure vs Inclusive Culture — Chicken and Egg Problem?

  • Where does the inclusion start: from culture or infrastructure?

  • What should be the role of government, private sector, NGOs, and individuals?

  • Is there a difference in how the developed and developing countries should address the inclusion challenge?

Maritza T. Adonis, J.D., MCIArb MTA Visions Global CSR & Gov't Relations, CEO, MTA Center for Advocacy, Leadership, and Entrepreneurship (MTA-CALE), Acting Executive Director of Professional Development (moderator)
Monika Navandar Founder and Chief D&I Consultant at NeoSeven Solutions
Bobby Umar CEO of DYPB — Discover Your Personal Brand
Anoushka Gungadin Founder of GlobalCQ, CEO of Australia India Chamber of Commerce
Andreas Beavor Co-Founder and Consultant at Urban Emerge, Urban Innovation/Smart City Solutions Specialist for China at N-Services Consulting
Juliet Bourke Partner, Human Capital at Deloitte Australia