This week on Careers Unplugged we have the great privilege of sharing some time with coach, author, academic and sports legend, David Parkin OAM.

David’s contribution to Australia in the areas of sport, leadership & education has been so significant it has led him to being awarded both an Australian Sports Medal AND a Medal of the Order of Australia along alongwith having an annual oration for sport and social change bear his name!

David is is also a former AFL premiership captain (Hawthorn), a best-and-fairest player,  a 4-time AFL premiership coach (Hawthorn and Carlton), a highly regarded media commentator  and a lecturer, academic and author specialising in coaching, sports psychology, self-improvement and related topics.

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