Australian leadership: People who dare to dream. People who are prepared to take risks.

Les Twentyman's picture

Les Twentyman OAM is one of Australia’s best-known youth outreach workers and social campaigners and the founder of the Les Twentyman Foundation. He talked to australianleadership.com about what Australians want from leadership.  

Australia needs a proper NBN

Paul Budde's picture

We are currently witnessing yet another round of discussions about the national broadband network. Paul Budde explains why after having already lost most of Australians in this useless debate, we need to finally address the bigger picture.

Here we go again with more useless debates about whether the country needs a first-class national broadband network or a second-rate one; and again there are discussions around what other flavours of the multi-mix technology can we now add to it to strengthen the brew. By now we have lost most of Australians in this useless debate, and we are making very little progress.

Of course we need a first-class nbn, and that is what we would expect those in charge, both in government and in the nbn company, to deliver to the Australian people.

Leadership – create today what we’ll need tomorrow

Gabrielle Davies's picture

Today’s middle management often finds itself caught between compliance, processes and technology. Gabrielle Davies explains why personal skills are crucial for good leadership.

Where to now – predictions for the Sharing Economy in 2017

Roland Tam's picture

2016 was the year that the sharing economy took off in Australia. Roland Tam, Co-founder of Spacer, shares his insights on what lies ahead for the sector.

Why did I start the Australian Leadership Project?

Victor Perton's picture

One often comes across cynicism and uncertainty in conversations about Australia’s leadership qualities. Victor Perton is passionate to share the stories of great Australian leadership.

How changing times made Australia's political leaders more disposable

Rodney Tiffen's picture

Leadership has become increasingly temporary in Australian politics. Rodney Tiffen has written a book about 'Disposable Leaders: Media and Leadership Coups from Menzies to Abbott'.