Liselle has a varied experience in leadership and management roles within the education sector where she has navigated a range of human resource challenges, including leading change management processes and organisational restructures. She leads the management of Knowledge Society’s human resources systems and processes, including an important focus on organisational culture and lifelong learning and knowledge acquisition for its people. Liselle also oversees the organisation’s highly qualified production and services team. Liselle strongly believes that an organisation’s workforce is one of its most powerful drivers of success and has a history of establishing effective interpersonal relationships with a diverse range of internal and external stakeholders to achieve positive organisational outcomes.
- Completed a comprehensive human resource management review for a not-for-profit member association, and revised several policies, procedures, and forms to align with best practices.
- Conducted various training needs analyses and associated design and development of initiatives to support knowledge sharing and continuous learning in organisations.
- Contributed to the revision and development of strategic plans and business plans for small to medium organisations in the education and aged care sectors.
- Led a change management project to customise and implement a new software program across a large division within a Melbourne-based university.
Liselle has a Master of Human Resource Management (With Distinction) from Charles Sturt University. She also holds a Bachelor of Social Work (Honours) and Graduate Diploma of Psychological Studies. Liselle has more than 15 years of experience working in Australia and overseas in the areas of English language teaching, higher education, vocational education and training, and administration of large-scale Australian Government-funded international education programs. She also served a term as Human Resource Adviser on the Committee of Management for the Vietnamese Women’s Association of South Australia. Liselle has a strong learner orientation and is passionate about working in roles that allow her to make a positive contribution through enhancing people’s learning and development in the workplace.