Peter Brydon is the Chief People Officer of OneFortyOne.

Peter is focussed on leading the company’s people strategy which is centred around the pillars of leadership, inclusion and wellbeing.

Peter has extensive experience as a senior Human Resources Director in Fast Moving Consumer Goods (food and hygiene), manufacturing, packaging and wood products across Australasia and Asia Pacific. In all of these roles Peter has been a champion and implementer of employment opportunity and inclusion, a passion he brings to the People team at OneFortyOne

Before leading OneFortyOne’s People Team Peter operated Landwell Advisory working with Boards, CEOs and Executive Lead Teams to align leaders on vision and provide tailored strategies to transform their organisations.

Prior to this consultancy work Peter was Director of Human Resources for Mondelēz International, Kraft Foods Group and SCA – Hygiene and Forest Products Company.

Forestry is a sustainable industry and Peter has taken that passion into his personal life. He is currently building his own environmentally sustainably home that is self-sufficient and off-grid.

News and Resources

Coronation Forest tree planting continues 65 year legacy
15 Oct 2020
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OneFortyOne and Pioneers charity auction to support vulnerable local kids
14 Oct 2020
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Collaborative project results in environmental and economic benefits
29 Sep 2020
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Pandemic a cause for skills reflection
24 Sep 2020
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