Zandy Fell

Zandy Fell

Managing Director

The Zalt Group: Restore & Strengthen Workplace Relations

Zandy Fell is a Director with The ZALT Group. As a workplace conflict resolution practitioner, Zandy’s passion is supporting others to prepare for & participate in difficult conversations. She is an experienced and successful conflict coach, facilitator, mediator and workplace investigator.

She combines a legal and HR background with years “in the trenches” of industrial relations. Proactively she supports people to manage their own working relationships for strategic advantage. Zandy’s comfort in conflict is contagious as she supports others to identify & implement their options during workplace conflict. Her coaching approach supports & challenges to allow clients to reach better outcomes quicker by providing insights and upskilling. Diagnosing the root cause of workplace issues is a strength. She brings a creativity to problem solving which supports the sustainability of resolution plans. Her clients attest to her neutrality and her clear, pragmatic and realistic approach together with an awareness of organisational and interpersonal sensitivities.

Zandy enjoys the challenge of a mixed client base from government departments, Universities as well as significant companies in the retail, hospitality and manufacturing. She is currently honoured to be a Restorative Justice Facilitator with the Commonwealth Ombudsman for the Defence Force and previously for the Defence Abuse Response Taskforce (DART).

Zandy has a Law and an Arts degree from Monash University and later completed a Graduate Diploma in HR. She is a nationally Accredited Mediator (Resolutions Institute), Workplace Conferencing Facilitator and has a Certificate IV in Business and Personal Coaching (International Coach Federation Approved), a Certificate IV in Workplace Training and Assessment as well as a Mental Health First Aid Certificate and a Risk Assessment and Management Certificate.

Currently an Associate at CMA Learning Business School Negotiation Course “Getting to Yes” and “Difficult Conversations” and is a Consultant with the prestigious Triad Consulting Group of Boston in their “Thanks for the Feedback” courses.

Zandy will only work with people who want to have better workplace relationships and those who want to become conflict gurus! Creating change through relationship building, enthusiasm and a demonstrated business rational is Zandy’s proven approach.

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Paul Landy

Chief Human Resources Officer


Joining QSuper in December 2010, Paul Landy is currently the Chief of People and Transformation. He is responsible for providing both strategic and operational advice across a broad spectrum of human resource management and internal communications activities, as well as managing all QSuper Group change activities.

Paul and his team design business aligned people and internal communication strategies to support the QSuper strategic direction and ensure future capability needs are met.

With 15 years of experience in human resources and people management, Paul provides advice and support to the Board, executives and management across the QSuper Group of companies. Paul holds a Bachelor of Business from QUT, a post Graduate Certificate in Marketing from Monash University and is a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Paul is also a graduate of the Program for Leadership Development from Harvard Business School.

Prior to QSuper Paul worked throughout Australia and Europe for a number of companies including National Australia Bank, Suncorp, Accenture and QIC.

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Leith Mitchell

Senior Associate

Diveristy Partners

Leith Mitchell, Senior Associate for Diversity Partners, partners with ASX500 & government & global organisations to develop Diversity & Inclusion strategy, such as QSuper, Bank of Queensland, Powerlink, Unitywater, Xero. She engages directly with Boards & Executive teams on inclusive leadership & unconscious bias education such as Transurban, Ergon Energy, BHP Coal, Downer, Asciano, Cromwell Property Group, Domino’s, Rio Tinto, EPIC, MAX Solutions, Civica.

Prior to joining Diversity Partners, Leith was IBM’s Diversity Recruitment Leader, responsible for leading Gender and People with Disability initiatives for over 50 countries. Leith developed the Global Diversity Recruitment strategy to attract, promote & retain senior women.

Prior to specialising in Diversity & Inclusion, Leith had a 16 year career as a Human Capital Management Executive for IBM & PwC; bringing unparalleled business experience to the Diversity & Inclusion agenda managing major transformational change initiatives across countries and cultures.

She holds several education degrees, a Masters in IT, Grad Cert Business, a Masters of Wellness, writes for Women’s Agenda, Future Women, and has recently published research on diversity & inclusion in the Journal of the Finance Planning Association of Australia. Leith has also chaired the 2014, 2015 & 2017 Women in Leadership Summit in Brisbane.


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