Mark Scott

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Mark Scott
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Faith at Work
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Series
Faith at Work
2.25.2019

Tony interviews Mark Scott about his experience of leading large organisations as a 'follower of Jesus'. Mark ran the Australian Broadcasting Commission (Australia's equivalent of the BBC) and helped it transform into the digital era. He now leads the NSW Dept of Education. How does a believer lead such large 'secular' organisations? Mark talks with remarkable candour and authenticity about how his worldviews framed his leadership and how his inner journey is fed by his highly personal walk with Jesus.

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Mark has been a leader in several major Australian organisations. He was the CEO of the Australian BroadcastingCommission—one of the most important and politically sensitive jobs inAustralia and was widely acclaimed for his acumen and thought leadership in the dynamic world of media and new technology. He is presently the Secretary of the New South Wales Education department—one of the biggest jobs in Australia’s public sector.

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