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  1. Telstra Business Awards

    The Disability Leadership Institute is thrilled to be named finalists for the Telstra Business Awards, emerging and energised category!

    Thank you to all of our members, supporters and friends who have helped us to get this far over the last 2 years.

    The ACT Awards are on 12 July, so watch this space.

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    Telstra Business Awards logo

     

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  2. Riverene Herald features the DLI

    The Disability Leadership Institute program Building Disability Leaders has been featured in the Riverene Herald thanks to the Member for Murray Plains, Peter Walsh. Thanks for your support Peter!

     

     

  3. New publication: Westpac Social Change Fellowship Report

    Following a year of interviews, meetings, conferences, speeches and study, our CEO/Founder Christina Ryan has released a report about her 2017 Westpac Social Change Fellowship. The report examines the status of disability leadership, identifies what it is, and proposes the identification of an entire new field of study and development.

    Its time to change the way leadership is understood.

    Read the report

     

     

     

  4. Announcing the Building Disability Leaders project

    The Disability Leadership Institute is very excited to announce the Building Disability Leaders project.

     

    Building Disability Leaders targets leaders with disabilities in rural or regional Victoria to develop their current leadership to the next level. The project offers two different packages to recipients and one or both can be selected:

     

    1. DLI premium membership and individual leadership coaching package, and/or
    2. Registration in our major online course Represent (delivered over 6 weeks in May/June 2018).

     

    The selection process for scholarship recipients is ongoing and will close once all places are filled. Expressions of interest in obtaining a scholarship, for one or both options, should be made via the DLI website.

     

    This project is undertaken fully online, so leaders are not required to travel or source funds to participate.

     

    We encourage you to share this opportunity with your networks. If you have any questions or require further information, please contact us.

     

    This project is funded by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services as part of its transition to NDIS.

     

  5. New Effective Networking short course

    Our growing suite of On Demand webinars and short courses now includes:

    Effective Networking

    – a 3 part short course to help you become confident with the vital skill of networking.

    – get the most from your networking and make it work for you.

    – download the workbook and prepare your networking kit.

    – understand the best way for you to network.

    – get the basics in following up after networking.

     

    Now available through our On Demand interface.

     

    On Demand is open to everyone.

    DLI Members have free access to all courses and webinars.