Principal, From Left Field
Aged care reforms and the changing of the generational guard are creating a ‘New World’ for providers, characterised by consumer direction, user pays and market competition.
The force of this disruptive change is blurring the boundaries between the traditional forms of accommodation, support and care – residential aged care, home care and independent living. New models are emerging to provide greater choice and flexibility for the burgeoning cohort of older people.
Ray Glickman has drawn upon his leadership experience, sector knowledge and consultancy to the aged care and social enterprise sectors to develop his toolkit, ‘New World Thinking’.
Ray’s presentation paints a picture of the ‘New World’, compares and contrasts the key features of the ‘Old World’ with the ‘New World’, explains the ‘vertical’ essence of ‘New World Thinking’ and outlines the culture and principles that will underpin successful ‘New World’ businesses.
Ray Glickman is one of the most popular speakers on aged care issues in Australia and overseas. ‘New World Thinking’ is presented in Ray’s inimitable provocative and humorous style.
In this session, Ray will present his ideas and outline his tools for success followed by an interactive session featuring a guest panel and debate and Q & A with the audience.