Recent Appointments

Vincenzo Caltabiano, the new Director Legal Aid Commission of Tasmania at the Department of Justice, Tasmania

Lead high quality legal aid services for the state of Tasmania Vincenzo Caltabiano is the new Director at Legal Aid Commission of Tasmania where he will be responsible for the effective management of the Legal Aid Commission of Tasmania in accordance with the instructions, decisions and direction set by the Commission. Vincenzo joined Victoria Legal … Continued

Lisa Davidson, the new Manager of People & Culture at Horsham Rural City Council

Positive HR leader contributing to source best practice people solutions Lisa Davidson is the new Manager of People & Culture at Horsham Rural City Council where she will provide strategic and operational leadership in developing and delivering organisational and people capacity to meet the current and future needs of the council. Lisa brings demonstrable human … Continued

James Thyer, the new Head of People & Culture for the City of Whitehorse

Strategic People & Culture leader driving organisational capability James Thyer is the new Head of People & Culture at the City of Whitehorse where he will strategically manage, plan and coordinate services, programs and projects within the People and Culture Department to enhance organisational capability and development. James brings a successful track record developing people … Continued


A New way to access talent – the Gig Executive

A world of difference FISHER LEADERSHIP HAS LEVERAGED ITS DEEP EXPERIENCE IN BRINGING PEOPLE TOGETHER WITH FRESH IDEAS TO CREATE  A NEW WAY TO ACCESS TOP TALENT.  AICD Magazine, September, 2019 Our workforce has entered a period of profound change. The onset of new technologies is disrupting industries and the pace of change within business … Continued

RUOK? or worse… R U ‘fine’?

We acknowledge that #RUOKDAY was created to prevent the silent suicide. Many of us have been in the shoes of the person who says ‘but they seemed fine.’ The truth is, that ‘fine’ is the barrier to many things. It’s the barrier to us looking ourselves in the eye and asking if we are living each day … Continued

AESC Honours Jo Fisher with Lifetime Achievement Award for Impact

The AESC Lifetime Achievement Award honors long-term achievement in the executive search and leadership consulting profession. This year’s award goes to Jo Fisher, Founder and Managing Director of Fisher Leadership. Based in Melbourne, Fisher has dedicated 20 years to the advancement of executive search. Known as an iconic leader in gender diversity, from the early … Continued


IPAA Awards Night Showcases Innovation in the Public Sector

Last week, we were proud to sponsor the IPAA Victoria Leadership in the Public Sector Awards. The ceremony kicked off with a wonderful buzz throughout Deakin Edge at Federation Square. As the sponsor of the Leading Employer Award, Fisher Leadership was thrilled to see so many truly innovative programs, people and organisations celebrated. Now in their 11th year, the Awards have … Continued

Fisher Leadership to take part in the ‘Not in my workplace’ Summit

As the magnitude of workplace sexual harassment comes to light, our collective shame and outrage leaves many leaders asking ‘What can I do differently?’ This is precisely why we hope you will join us at the ‘Not in My Workplace’ inaugural summit on Thursday, 21 February at the MCEC. We have been a proud supporter of the development of … Continued

Deakin University MBA Access for Women Scholarship 2019

Fisher Leadership has this year become one of the first organisations to sponsor the Deakin University MBA Access for Women Scholarship. The Deakin MBA is a contemporary leading MBA option for aspiring managers and future leaders.  Our sponsorship of the Scholarship will be offered to an Australian woman experiencing financial or personal hardship, who is … Continued

Resources & Advice

How to be good at interim interviews

The rise of the gig economy is shifting the way we work and, therefore, the way we interview.

An Interim Role can have a Permanent Impact

People become interim managers because, quite simply, it is a great career!

Tips for interim executive CV writing

An interim CV is quite different from a regular CV. Clients are often looking for candidates who have demonstrated experience in solving similar problems at a similar scale.