We have a talented team of problem solvers who are delivery and results oriented, accountable, partnership-oriented, innovative, enterprising and committed to clients’ needs.
Our skills include: risk and crisis management and communication, community and stakeholder engagement, change management, proactive issues management, sustainability, biodiversity, corporate responsibility, futures analysis, psychology, sociology, media and human rights.
We’ve worked in many fields including: banking, mining, energy, pharmaceuticals, media, agriculture and aquaculture, international relations, government and NGOs.
Professor Andrew MacLeod is a London-based director of Futureye. He has a track record of leading organisations through challenge, crisis and change and he has experience in governance, crisis communications, geo-political risk assessment, as well as the understanding of dynamics in culturally and economically diverse markets and communities. He brings a genuine diversity of thinking and experience to the boards on which he sits.
Andrew advises businesses, governments and charities on stakeholder relations and external risks. He is a strong communicator having appeared as an expert on television and radio programs, and he has been published in journals and newspapers internationally on areas of corporate reform and profitability, stakeholder management, leadership, negotiations, global affairs, security and terrorism.
He is a Visiting Professor at Kings College London, a Vice Chancellor’s distinguished Fellow at Deakin University and a Senior visiting lecturer at Tasmania University Law School. At Kings, he contributes to counter-extremism thinking and previously he led the ‘Beyond Shared Value Commission’ looking at ways to measure, in financial terms, external risks to corporations.
He has undertaken humanitarian work for a range of entities, including the UN Emergency Coordination Centre in Pakistan, the International Committee of the Red Cross and as one of the founders of HearTheirCries.org, a Swiss-based association that aims to eliminate child exploitation and abuse in the aid industry. And he is on the boards of the World Economic Forum’s Future of Civil Society Project Advisory Board, Kings College Humanitarian Futures Project and the UN Expert Group on Responsible Business and Investment in High-Risk Areas.
Andrew has a Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Laws from Tasmania University, a Master of Laws from Southampton University, a Graduate Diploma in International Law from Melbourne University and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. He has received the Humanitarian Overseas Service Medal by Australia for work in the Balkans and was awarded a second time for work in Rwanda. He received the Australian Defence Medal for service as an officer in the Australian Infantry. He was awarded the Silver Medal for Humanity from the Montenegrin Red Cross and was recognised by the Australian Government for his work in East Timor.