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Charles Brass Travels from Melbourne, VIC

Charles Brass


  • Business
  • Disruption
  • Futurist
  • Globalisation / World Affairs
  • Leadership
  • Society / Social Trends

As the Chairman of the Futures Foundation, the professional association for Australia's practicing futurists, Charles is ideally placed to identify the forces and trends which are shaping Australia's future. He is also an active member of all major international futures organisations.

Charles is a regular commentator on the future in print and on radio and TV and is most interested in what it means to create the future. He has a particular interest in the future of work, money and community; on life-work balance (for which he prefers the term 'right livelihood'); on leadership and people management (in both corporate and community settings) and on other issues of contemporary importance (such as why just surviving in the world seems to be getting harder and harder for more and more people).

Charles has had five careers during a life in Australia that began as a German speaking immigrant in the 1950s. He has been a successful business entrepreneur, teacher and educator, multinational business director, community builder and visionary - and his presentations combine wisdom and practical insights from all these.

His educational qualifications are just as diverse, ranging from degrees in photography, physical science and education to a Master of Business Administration and a Masters in Strategic Foresight.

Keynote Titles

  • The future of futures
  • Work life balance
  • The future of work, money and the community


Feedback from group members indicated they found the seminar challenging and confronting. Their increased knowledge will be invaluable.

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