LTA People

Julia Hewitt

OD/Talent Consultant and Practice Manager

Julia brings a breadth of corporate experience having started her early career in Accounting at BDO and then Deloitte, before holding numerous HR roles at the Australian Wheat Board (AWB). Julia is an experienced HR generalist with over 10 year’s experience across a wide range of areas including recruitment, project management, remuneration and benefits, learning and development, OH&S and people management.

Julia has been a valued member of the LTA People team for over 7 years, providing consulting and business support for a variety of critical and complex projects across LTA’s leadership, talent and culture project portfolio.

Julia has a unique skill set, combining a commercial mindset with a passion for people. Julia is friendly and prides herself on the quality of service she provides. Her greatest satisfaction in work comes from delivering solutions that create a measurable impact for organisations and helping individuals reach their full capability through developing an understanding of themselves. Julia enjoys learning from experts in her field and the many clients and associates she works collaboratively with at LTA People.

Julia holds a double degree in Commerce (Accounting) and Science (Psychology) from the University of Melbourne. Julia is accredited in Hay Job Evaluation and SHL Ability and Personality Assessments.

  • Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting)
  • Bachelor of Science (Psychology)

 

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