A quick read from an American Executive Search company. The short article sets out 10 attributes found in effective collaborative leaders. A useful discussion starter for teams at all levels considering what it takes to lead within successful organisations.
This slide presentation (Part 2 of 2) by Ian McLean, CEO of Golden City Support Services in Bendigo used at the Imaging the Future Workshop held in Canberra in May 2016,provides some practical tips on how to deliver the 'right' support for people with intellectual disability who have challenging behaviour and the financial and personal benefits that result.
This slide presentation (Part 1 of 2) by Ian McLean, CEO of Golden City Support Services in Bendigo used at the Imaging the Future Workshop held in Canberra in May 2016, offers a significant insight into the benefits of the 'right' support for people with intellectual disability who have challenging behaviour.
The term co-design has different meanings for different people. For the NDIA, co-design refers to involving the end-user of the service or experience in the design phase of a project or piece of work that aims to improve outcomes, such as service quality or solving a problem. The NDIA states that above all the co-design framework is to support the Agency’s “listen, learn, build, deliver” philosophy. "Co-design is about learning when you don’t know the answer and learning when you think you know the answer by being open to having your assumptions challenged."
Report of a workshop series conducted in 2013 asking people with disability and service provider staff about perceptions of and engagement with a values-based framework of providing support. Asking questions across 8 domains from workforce leadership to self-directed support the report emphasise the need for and benefits of organisational cultural change.
Four webinars that introduce the NDS/People Advantage capability framework for the disability sector
An WHS database which records all policies and procedures and analyses hazards and incidents to identify suitable corrective actions.