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NDIS transition webinars for health services

Posted 15 May 2019

The ‘Catalyst for Change’ webinar series is designed to support Victorian healthcare organisations involved in the transition to NDIS. The webinars will explore the change framework and Playbook for Change for the NDIS transition co-created by the VHA and the Business of Health.

The webinars will be delivered by the author of the Playbook, Claire Edwards, and provide a how to explanation of the key ‘plays’ required to implement successful change. The webinars will also be available for VHA members to access as a recording and will provide valuable support as they work their way through the Playbook for Change

Webinar 4: Becoming a catalyst for change

This webinar will explore:

  • How to become a catalyst for change
  • How and why effective learning is the missing link in team and organisational success

20 June at 8am – Webinar 4: Becoming a catalyst for change – register here 

 

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