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Member webinar: Governing for Rights and Quality

This member webinar provides an overview of Right on Board, a capacity-building program for Boards and Executive Teams.

DHHS and NDS Webinars: Safer and Stronger - Responding to COVID-19 in the Disability Sector

Funded by the Victorian Government, NDS's Victorian Safer and Stronger Project aims to provide practical information and support to Victorian disability service providers on Infection Control and Business...

Member Webinar: Cyber Security and the Disability Sector

In this webinar, participants will gain an understanding of current cyber security trends, receive practical steps for strengthening the cyber security of their organisation and a brief overview on...

Webinar: Futures in the Disability Sector - during and after COVID-19

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In our complex and rapidly changing landscape, strategic foresight is a critical capability for organisations to position themselves to navigate and influence their own futures. This session explores futures methods, tools and practices and highlights how the stories we use to make sense of our changing world, underpin and drive our decisions and actions and are therefore central to our ability to create the futures we desire. Sohail Inayatullah will use multiple future scenarios to illustrate how important our agency and actions are today in response to the pandemic, to the futures we will experience tomorrow. Perspectives from sector leaders will be shared on important questions, such as:

Do not miss this rare opportunity to engage in a learning journey with a leading global expert in creating preferred futures!Professor Sohail Inayatullah is the UNESCO Chair in Futures Studies at USIM, Malaysia. He is a political scientist and futurist at Tamkang University, Taipei; an Associate at Melbourne Business School. From 2001-2020, he was Adjunct Professor from the University of the Sunshine Coast, Australia. From 2011-2014, he was Adjunct Professor at the Centre for policing, counter-terrorism and intelligence, Macquarie University, Sydney. In 1999, he was the UNESCO Chair in European Studies at the University of Trier, Germany. He is a researcher at, a global think-tank. Inayatullah has authored and co-edited twenty-five books/CDROMs and has written more than 350 journal articles, book chapters, encyclopedia entries and magazine editorials. 

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