Saul Brown

Adjunct Faculty at UNSW Business School


  • UNSW Business School




UNSW Business School

Saul is a management consultant, facilitator and coach with over twenty years leadership experience in financial services and ICT. He has a passion for driving business performance through people and a keen interest in innovation, the way leaders and organisations foster and harness the creative potential of their people. His research on coaching, leadership and innovation has been published internationally.

He has extensive teaching experience and has been recognised for excellence in the design and delivery of his executive education programs.

Saul holds a Bachelor of Economics (USyd), double Masters Degrees in Business & Technology (UNSW) and Organisational Development & Coaching Psychology (USyd), a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance (Finsia), as well as hundreds of hours of coaching (USCMA) and group leadership (ANZPA) experience.


  • The Middle Manager Program
  • The Emerging Managers Program

Courses Taught

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