EPISODE 11: Luke Bo’sher on… Being an NDIS true believer
Catch our much anticipated episode with Luke Bo'sher the CEO of Summer Foundation (and a founding member of DSC), as he gives an insider perspective on the design era of the NDIS and how he stays a true believer.
Transcript: Luke Bo’sher on… Being an NDIS True Believer
EPISODE 10: ROD HARRIS ON...MND AND LIVING FOR TODAY
This month we speak with Rod Harris, retiring CEO of MND Victoria. This episode is a case study of an organisation navigating the NDIS with authenticity and bravery.
Transcript: Rod Harris on...MND and living for today
EPISODE 9: Sam Paior on… Everyday Innovation
In this episode we speak to Sam Paior, founder of the Growing Space about supporting people to live good lives and setting the bar higher for what we call innovation.
Transcript: Sam Paior on... everyday innovation
Sam & Evie will be hosting the Support Coordination National Summit together on 24 June. Learn more
EPISODE 8: Frank Crupi on… getting a Life
Evie and Roland are back in the studio with CEO of Milparinka, Frank Crupi talking about what it takes to really change a provider and to 'get a life'. A serious look at providing meaningful service in a consumerist world.
Transcript: Frank Crupi on… getting a life
EPISODE 7: Sally Coddington On… Life, Death and Disability
In this very special episode, Sally gives us insights from her experience as CEO, marketing guru and loving parent of a child with disability. Trust us, you will want to hear this one.
Transcript: Sally Coddington on… life, death and disability
EPISODE 6: John Baker on...turning the tables on the Australian vs UK experience
In one of our best episodes, Roland and Evie talk with John Baker, a former UK Managing Partner at EY. The podcast mythbusts the UK disability experience and much more in 18 minutes we know you will not regret.
EPISODE 5: Gail Jeltes on...human connection and the art of rebranding
This week Roland and Evie sit down with Gail Jeltes, GM at Unisson (formerly known as Sunshine) to talk about the detailed and sometimes emotional process of rebranding a well known organisation and how the art of human connection should be present in all we do.
EPISODE 4: LEIGHTON JAY ON… SPIRITUALITY, LOVE AND POWER IN THE SECTOR
In this week of DSC's podcast, Roland and Evie go deep with Dr Leighton Jay as they discuss how the compelling themes of spirituality, love and power are translated in the disability sector.
Episode 3: Rhonda Galbally on… when the personal becomes political
Roland and Evie chat with one of the most remarkable women in Australian public life, Rhonda Galbally. Rhonda talks about her journey to becoming an out and proud person with a disability and what challenging perceptions - including her own - has meant in her life and career.
Episode 2: Brendan Lillywhite on the (not so) good old days
This week Roland and Evie talk with Brendan Lillywhite, a living history of the disability sector and GM at Epilepsy Foundation, reflecting on the history of institutions and discussing what the new era of the NDIS means for innovation in the sector.
Episode 1: Nic Rogerson on… being an Outsider on the inside
One of the guttsiest women in the sector, Nic Rogerson talks to Roland & Evie about what it took to build one of Australia’s most successful for-profit service providers and what she’d do differently if she had her time again.