Julie Sloan's impressive client base includes a diverse range of industries and sectors, a sample of recent testimonials are available below:

IQPC 2017 Workforce Planning Summit 2017

“Julie is very knowledgeable and giving of her time and advice, she keeps me coming back to conferences and seminars that she is involved in”

“Julie was excellent in every aspect of the summit, presentation and moderator”

“Julie is an amazing contact to have met professionally, and so knowledgeable”

“She knows her subject and presents this very well”

“She summarized each speaker and provided clarity around topics in an engaging and professional manner”.
...”I would like to thank you for your excellent presentation and subsequent contribution as a content expert ...the capacity to impart your extensive global and national insight, knowledge and skills in strategic and operational workforce planning in a clear and entertaining way ensured the CHRO audience received and understood this important message..thank you for your important contribution towards building the knowledge and skills of CHRO’s and workforce planning practitioners in our state...”.
— M.C. Wauchope, Public Service Commissioner, Government of Western Australia (March 2016)

“Thank you to Julie Sloan for her optimal mix of Workforce Planning expertise, real world experience and excellent execution of our “building workforce planning capability” workshops. The sessions were well planned, engaging and relevant to our business and practices. Julie is professional and a wonderful facilitator who spent a lot of time within our organisation to understand our business, get buy in, create excitement and develop an approach to Workforce Planning that set us off on a journey that was well informed and added value to building our workforce of the future”.
— Manager Talent Acquisition & Workforce Planning People and Culture, Worksafe Victoria (September 2016)

Julie Sloan has provided invaluable insight and support which has benefitted this Institution in the short and long term. Julie has taken the scope of her brief and has delivered within budget, before time and to an exceptional standard. Julie has confidently engaged key Senior Stakeholders and was very quickly able to navigate around the politics within the Institution whilst remaining flexible to our needs. Julie was able to offer a number of recommended ways of working, all with a view to understanding and appreciating what works within the environment of which we operate.
I would very much recommend Julie Sloan as a Partner to work with on Workforce Planning.
— Michelle Leek Director, Organisation Development, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Julie Sloan from Workforce Planning Global provided Unitywater with excellent direction on the implementation of our Workforce Planning Framework. Julie was an excellent coach and her tools were easy to understand and adapt to suit our work environment. I look forward to working with Julie again in the future. – Peta Mullin, HR Planning & Design Manager, Unitywater
— Peta Mullin, HR Planning & Design Manager, Unitywater Queensland, Australia (2014-2015)

She put us on the map! Julie would not claim that status but in her own quiet and very effective way she has certainly done that for Australia with regard to Workforce Planning. She’s won the respect and trust of a diverse group of professionals locally and then globally, people who hold very different approaches to HRM and Workforce Planning. She’s helped people listen to each other, to showcase their contributions and in doing so to see the strengths in others’ contributions. She’s journeyed that very difficult and meandering route of employee, business partner, academic, inventor and volunteer to champion and lead the recognition of workforce planning as an area of professional practice that sits beside financial planning. She’s patiently and consistently communicated the importance of workforce planning locally for two decades and globally since 2008.
— Ann Whyte, Chairperson Standards Australia MB009 HRM Committee (2015)