About Michael Fox

Michael holds an MPS from Loyola University of Chicago, a BPsych from Edith Cowan University as well as a BA and a BSc from the University of Western Australia and a DipT from Victoria. He is a registered psychologist, has a background in organisational development and is an educator. He currently lectures in the UWA School of Economics and Commerce in 'Organisational Structure and Design'.

Michael brings to the consultant role a blend of experience in the corporate, not-for-profit and consultancy arenas. His corporate experience leads him to be attuned to the importance of strategy with its operational, commercial, and cultural dimensions, while his not-for-profit experience makes him very aware of the community service dimension of organisations. His consultancy work over a twenty-year period has given him a thorough appreciation of the interconnectedness of the fields of organisational development, human resource management and leadership development.

Michael has held management roles in a variety of organisations, including large multinationals. He has also worked as a consultant psychologist with the recruitment firm, GDA, in psychological assessment, outplacement and HR consulting.

As a consultant Michael has worked with clients from a broad range of sectors, from mining to financial services, from IT to health, human services and education. His recent work has been focused on the areas of leadership development, strategic planning and psychological and organisational assessment. Michael has also been involved in facilitating reviews, organisational change processes and future planning.

Client organisations include Alinta, Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Tiwest, Western Australian Local Government Association, Department of Mining and Petroleum Resources, Catholic Archdiocese of Perth and Wesley Mission.

Michael has worked in strategic planning with a range of clients, particularly in the not-for-profit sector. Client organisations include Shire of Mundaring, Mercy Hospital, Trinity College, Friends of Kings Park and St Mary's College, Broome.

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Q&A: An Interview with Michael Fox

1. Describe your personality. I am a fairly calm person and am interested in the world around me (in organizations, … Continue reading →

How to Become an Integral Organisation

By Michael Fox, ID Senior Consultant As they become increasingly aware of the interconnection of human beings, the natural world … Continue reading →