Conrad Liveris is a corporate adviser on workplaces and risk.

With an emphasis on original evidence, best-practice models and design-led principles he seeks productivity and efficiency gains for organisations.

“One of Australia’s leading employment and workplace experts”

“Cuts through the noise and hysteria to explain what’s really going on”

“An effective adviser and consultant who gets the outcomes we need”


He has expert knowledge on diversity and inclusion, along with distinct experience on government, economic and stakeholder issues.

Conrad practices widely on important internal issues for organisations along with external enhancement.

With specialist workplace knowledge, his experience crosses remuneration, program and policy development and implementation, recruitment, industrial relations and change management.

On risk Conrad focuses on political risk, stakeholder engagement, communications effectiveness and social media.

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Bringing an evidence base to his work, Conrad is able to drive real value and make substantive contributions for organisations, teams and managers.

Conrad’s advice has been sought by listed companies, professional services firms, emerging businesses and government across a variety of industries and sectors in Australia and globally.

Fusing advisory services with academic research Conrad is able to bring practical analysis insight to the table. His analysis and reports have been presented at national and international levels on topics such as labour market participation, flexible working, leadership composition and remuneration, and intergenerational policy issues. He is often sought to undertake specialised and unique research for organisations and leaders on areas ranging from diversity, management, economics and risk.

His work is widely cited across Australia, Asian and US media – including The Australian, ABC, Buzzfeed, Sydney Morning Herald, The Straits Times, Xinhua, South China Morning Post and The Hill.

Conrad holds a series of non-profit and government chair and directorships in the arts, health and community services. In addition, he serves as the executive in charge of a volunteer-led homelessness and poverty charity.

Previously, Conrad held operational and management roles in government, non-profits, industry associations and commercial organisations working across public policy, external relations and communications.

Conrad holds a Bachelor of Arts, a Certificate in Governance And Risk Management and a Master of Commerce. His efforts professionally and in the community have been acknowledged by the Prime Minister of Australia and in 2015 he was appointed an Associate Fellow of the Royal Commonwealth Society (London).