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Complex Systems Leadership Program


“By embracing complexity you can create systemic change - the change needed to address wicked problems like food waste, food insecurity, vulnerable children and place-based disadvantage. To do this leaders need new skills and tools that allow them to take coherent action in addressing these interconnected and multi-causal complex community problems. The Complex Systems Leadership Program fosters the development of these skills and provides participants with tools to hit the ground running. This course is underpinned by an international award winning model that demonstrates how complexity science can be used to create lasting systemic change for complex social policy problems.”