Futurist announced as keynote speaker at inaugural Gymnastics Clubs Australia National Congress


Gymnastics Clubs Australia (GCA) has announced that World Futurist Medalist Dr Liam Mayo will be one of the keynotes at its inaugural National Congress – to be held at the Amora Hotel Riverwalk, Melbourne from February 21-23, 2022 .

Dr. Mayo, who holds a PhD in Foresight and Strategic Foresight Studies from the University of the Sunshine Coast, recently placed second in the 2021 International Association of Professional Futurists Doctoral Dissertation Recognition Awards.

Noting that this is an outstanding achievement, USC Dean of University Research Professor Stephan Riek said, “This is an exceptional recognition of research and critical thinking skills. of our students, who competed with some of the world’s leading emerging thinkers on current global trends and their implications for the future.

Dr Mayo (Photo) will present twice at the inaugural GCA National Conference, on “Strategy: Beyond Change Management”. Business and Workforce in Uncertain Times” and “First Trust: Leadership for a New Global Culture”.

GCA Managing Director Ross Gage said that, as an added benefit, “Liam has extensive experience in the very similar swim school industry and his kids love their gymnastics lessons.”

GCA is the industry leading association for gymnastics clubs in Australia uniting clubs through education, advocacy and community.

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