Julie Moore is a management consultant focused on leadership and talent, having worked both in-house and as an external consultant for over a decade. Julie started her career at Warner Bros., first as an HR generalist before moving into a specialist role in HR focused on learning, organizational development, and talent management. She then joined Deloitte as a human capital consultant, working with Fortune 500 organizations on some of their toughest and most complex strategic, cultural and leadership challengess. She worked in both the Los Angeles and London Deloitte offices, supporting international clients across the entertainment, technology, pharmaceutical, and consumer business industries. During this time, she also became a Chartered Member of CIPD and was nominated for the 2016 MCA “Consultant of the Year” award. Julie lives in Los Angeles with her husband and 18-month old son and is a proud Trojan alum.
What drew you to Trium?
First and foremost, I was drawn to the people. From first reading the bios on the Trium website to then getting to interact with each of the team members, I was so impressed with the caliber of talent that Trium commands. It made me confident that I was joining a place of leaders in the field who could do truly impactful work.
What/who have been most influential on how you view business and what’s needed to be successful today?
My perspective on business and success has evolved over the last decade as I’ve interacted with new colleagues, thought leaders, team members, and clients. With each new person (and particularly each new challenge), I am encouraged to think about the world in a slightly different and deeper way. While I fundamentally believe that all people are similar at the core and share the same core drivers, needs, motivations, and beliefs, I continue to expand my perspective on how that can show up and impact the work we do, which greatly influences how I then think about and approach business.
Where do you think business is headed in the next 10-20 years?
If I knew, I’d be a billionaire! While I don’t know exactly where business is headed in the near future, what I do know is that it will involve technology, automation, artificial intelligence, new talent models, and – perhaps most importantly – things that we have yet to even dream of. What’s so exciting to me is that at the heart of these changes will remain people, and the need for leaders to be able to cultivate, motivate, and retain the ever-evolving talents needed to bring the future to life.
What are a few interesting “factoids” about you?
- I’m one of the few people in LA who was actually born and raised in the City of Angels. Being an LA native, it’s probably not too surprising that I love everything Hollywood, movies, musicals, and entertainment.
- I recently returned to LA, after living in London for several years. As both an Anglophile and travel-fanatic, my husband and I travelled extensively through both the UK and Europe. Some of the highlights: watching the final stage of the Tour de France in Paris, hiking the gorgeous Norwegian fjords, attending Christmas markets in Bath, Prague, and Brussels, and seeing over twenty-five shows in the West End.
- I’m a die-hard Trojan and still very involved with USC as an alumnus. I bleed cardinal and gold, block out Saturdays in the fall (football season!), and have led various alumni groups including the London Alumni Club, Young Alumni Council, and Annenberg Ambassadors.