Making a shift in your career can be daunting, and my latest guest made a big one. Claire Rogers became the CEO of World Vision Australia in 2017, and she did it coming from ANZ where she’d been head of digital banking.

And Claire’s move from one of Australia’s biggest banks, to running the country’s biggest charity gives us a good indication of where this hugely influential organisation is directing its priorities. As it recognises the evolution in how social impact is measured, in how the public want to engage, and the growing importance of partnerships with companies and other organisations that are aligned in their values.

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On this episode…

…we dug into the changes impacting the charity sector and how World Vision is adapting. As well as Claire’s background, her career journey and the challenges of flying into a crisis zone.

My key takeaway this week…

…World Vision is a huge organisation. Their work is diverse and it touches millions of people all over the world. As the world changes, so do they.

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Romance set in Syria in 2005 before the deep troubles, a profound insight into women of Muslim background and the authors Christian heritage, and how they come together. In a world where 85% of people are religious, and those numbers are growing, we don’t quite realise that, we live in a very secular society in Australia. But the rest of the world is not like us. It was such a beautiful story, but also a great opportunity to understand the role of faith in other cultures. Both relaxing and enhanced my leadership because of that understanding.


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