Embracing generational change is a challenge to modern leaders and participants alike. Appreciating the barriers to participation and the hurdles for future leaders directly from VicHealth’s Future Healthy research together with insights from young Olympians at this session. How can we learn from our future champions today so we can create a successful culture and environment and success for the next decade.

Learn from some global and local approaches about what commitment is required to change and be ready for the leaders of tomorrow.

Be inspired by the following speakers including two young Olympians:

The Voice of Young People as Our Future Participants – VicHealth – Future Healthy Strategy Sarah Loh, Executive Manager – Future Healthy Group VicHealth

We Have Listened to Their Voice and Now We Have Integrated It into Our Strategy Raelene Castle, Group Chief Executive Sport NZ & High Performance Sport NZ

Today’s Leaders Encouraging Tomorrows Marne Fechner, Chief Executive Officer, AusCycling

The Importance of Understanding Today’s Gen Z Young People Jakara Anthony OAM, Australian Gold Medallist, Moguls 2022 Beijing

What Does the Future Leader Look Like to Today’s Athletes Kotuku Ngawati, Olympian, Transitioning Australian Swimmer

For more information on the program visit www.nationalsportsconvention.com.au/program.

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