For Grey Revolution’s last episode this season, we have Sarah Edgar, the Founder of Save Elders Tanzania. Join me as Sarah and I talk about the challenges she faces, and how she engages young people to drive sustainable impact and help achieve change for older people all over Tanzania.
Today I talk to Lee Veitch. The Manager of Workforce and Innovation at Aged and Community Services Australia - otherwise known as ACSA. Lee is a human with so much knowledge of workforce and supporting all managers and organisations to see the benefits of engaging and inspiring our current and future leaders.
Today we chat with Nicki Doyle about how taking on different and unexpected projects as a clinician opened up exciting opportunities, why she made the move into consulting, and she shares how she has taken hold of opportunities (and half-opportunities) to grow into her career and develop the skills needed to take on that next challenge.
Today we chat with Riaza Rigby . She is deep in regulatory compliance, legislative changes, risk and conflict management, but it is Riaza’s personal experience that got her interested in this space …
Andrew L’Arpent is an internationally respected CEO, board member, and chairperson, who continues to push the status quo and challenge us all to consider how leadership in ageing across the globe can be supported by us all.
Join us as we talk about how start ups and aged care providers can best support each other to innovate, how you can prove to those around you that you’re ready for that next challenge, and chat about why embracing uncertainty is key to building the future we all want to grow old in.
Amanda Terranova is that type of person who inspires through her honesty; a former high flying NYC marketing manager who found her tribe and ‘fell into’ her aged care passion. This episode is for those who are yet to find their 'tribe' AND who've 'fallen into' an aged care role and never looked back.
Have you ever wondered how empowering those around us can lead to better ideas and new ways of doing? Kelly Gray is a Millennial and over the past 13 years, has gone from a receptionist and student with a limited understanding of ageing issues to a leader in helping seniors find their voice and share experiences through co-design.
Are you interested in how gaming, astronauts, and parliamentary papers help form a career in ageing? Stuart Smith is an international researcher with a passion for developing technologies that facilitate independent living for all ages and abilities. Make sure you tune in to hear how disruption is key to transforming the way all ages live, work, and play through technology!
What makes a Millennial want to become a change maker in ageing and aged care? Samantha Bowen is a board director at NNIDR and Founding Director of Acorn Network. Her personal story of resilience will show that passion for improving care, these workplaces, and getting young people involved in ageing discussions are vital for change to happen.