Pulse is pleased to announce to the market that the widely experienced independent director, Ken Boundy, has taken up the position of Chair of the Board of Directors for the Australasian and global business.

Pulse Australasia welcomes Ken Boundy as Chair of the Board

Published on Monday 11 February 2019.

As of February 2019, Ken Boundy takes up a new position as Chair of the Board of Directors at Pulse Australasia and its global business. Ken joins Pulse founder Sue Juancey, CEO Stephen Becsi and Non-Executive Director Chris Gorham to complete the team.

On his new appointment, Ken shared is thoughts about joining the organisation. "I have been a believer in Pulse for 6 years. It is the only process I know that achieves and measures sustainable cultural change that leads to outperformance in organisations. It is inclusive, transparent and an absolute insight for CEO’s and Boards who want to lead in a way that really understands how aligned behaviours benefit staff, customers and shareholders."

CEO Stephen Becsi said "Ken is a fantastic Board Chair and Director, having operated in so many sectors. His strength and diversity of experience brings to Pulse Australasia a great level of insights and strategic thinking, especially at a time we are growing globally and positioning ourselves as leaders in workplace culture and leadership."

About Ken

Ken Boundy is an independent Chairman and Non-Executive Chairman who has significant experience across many sectors and business cycles. He has recently been Chair of the Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney, RedBalloon and the Foundation Chair of Regnan, Australia’s leading governance research and advisory body.

Ken also brings the advantage of having steered three successful startups, as well as his leadership experience in large public and private sector organisations. He brings particular capability in technology, disruptive strategy, international marketing and organisational transformation.

His executive career spanned CEO and EGM roles in the wine, food, building materials and tourism industries. Ken has been a Fellow of the AICD since 1996.