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Andrew-Marty
Andrew Marty
Managing Director

Andrew Marty is the Managing Director of SACS Consulting. Andrew is a qualified psychologist who has over 25 years of human resource management consulting experience, including extensive senior executive search and selection experience. Andrew commenced his career in Melbourne, providing HR consulting and executive search and selection services, before heading offshore for four years’ international experience. While offshore Andrew occupied the role of Regional Director in Asia, and MD in the UK for an international human resources consulting firm. Andrew has conducted Chief Executive and other senior searches in Australia, Asia, and Europe in areas as diverse as Sports Marketing, FMCG, Insurance Broking, Banking and Finance, and Engineering and Construction. Andrew has occupied Chief Executive positions in Hong Kong (with regional responsibility for Asia) and London (with responsibility for the UK). Andrew has also provided Human Resource Consulting services in areas such as Career Transition Management, Team Building, Cultural Assessment and Human Due Diligence. Andrew is a keen student of world wide HR trends and speaks often on these subjects.

ARTICLES BY AUTHOR

Are you grateful or frustrated?

17 06 20 Are you grateful or frustrated

The secret of life is what you focus on.  It is amazing how many outcomes in a person’s life are affected by where they direct their attention.  In every event we encounter we can direct our attention to:   Emotions or outcomes Past or future Negativity or positivity Frustrations or blessings Just to mention a

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Sometimes leaders need to be inauthentic

17 06 13 Sometimes leaders need to be inauthentic

Much has been made in recent times of the Authentic Leadership trend.  The first time I heard the term it raised an interesting question. What if you are authentically a bad person? Calm down, lovers of authentic leadership, I know that some strands of the authentic leadership movement focus on appointing ethical, honest people to

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Violence and genes

17 01 24 violence and genes

Melbourne is reeling from a tragedy at the moment.  Once more we have the case of an offender who has committed a large scale crime.  This time the weapon was a car and it resulted in multiple victim’s deaths and injuries. Once more there will be soul searching and recriminations about whether previous offending was

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