Julian Waters-Lynch

Julian Waters-Lynch

Julian Waters-Lynch is fascinated by both the changing experiences and enduring qualities of work and organisational life. Over the past fifteen years he has found himself getting paid to play piano, translate Spanish, teach classes across primary, secondary and tertiary education, mentor social entrepreneurs, run a startup accelerator, make coffee, design leadership programs, facilitate innovation workshops and deliver keynotes on work futures (not in that order).

Julian is particularly curious about the gap many of us hold between our current experiences and desired futures for work, and how more responsive and meaningful work practices might enable more of us to engage in work we love in organisations that thrive.