Confronting challenges, creating resilience
Over the last two years, hundreds of thousands of Australian businesses have been dramatically impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic, and effectively planning for the future continues to be a significant challenge. If there’s one thing businesses can be sure of, it’s that certain factors like resilience, determination and embracing the unknown are essential in this constantly evolving landscape.
Dylan’s personal experiences and determination to succeed, along with his tireless work ethic and advocacy for inclusion and diversity, provides a unique insight for employers and employees looking to create strategies that transcend barriers and build resilience in the workplace.
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Dylan Alcott OAM
Athlete, Paralympian, philanthropist, media commentator and advocate
Dylan Alcott Foundation
As a teenager, Dylan Alcott hated being in a wheelchair because he didn’t see anyone like him in mainstream media. Then sport changed everything. A gold medal at the Paralympic Games in wheelchair basketball preceded three more in Paralympic competition after a cross code switch to tennis. Now, with 23 quad wheelchair Grand Slam titles and a Newcombe Medal, Dylan Alcott recently became the first male in history, in any form of tennis, to win the Golden Slam. Amid his training and competition load as a world class athlete, Dylan notes that his most profound impact has come from beyond the field of Play. He founded the Dylan Alcott Foundation to provide scholarships and grant funding to marginalised Australians with a disability. He also authored his best – selling autobiography, Able, and co-founded Get Skilled Access. In addition, the 30 year old’s Ability Fest is Australia’s first and only inclusive, fully accessible music festival. In realising his childhood dream, Dylan holds several high-profile media roles spanning TV, radio and podcasting.
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Wednesday, 16 March 2022
10:00AM - 11:00AM AEDT
(9:30AM - 10:30AM for SA participants)