Jill O'Reilly is a senior HR professional with over 15 years of experience across the private, public and charitable sectors:

"I am steeped in all things HR and love supporting others to confidently deal with people matters in a way that delivers results for their business.  Whilst I have extensive experience successfully navigating complex people issues, when things go wrong, and achieving successful outcomes, my passion lies in organisational development."

"I am an advocate of compassionate leadership and enjoy working with leaders to support them in reaching an environment where people can bring their true, authentic selves to work.  My approach to everything I do is pragmatic, to cut through the noise and keep things simple."

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