Dr Keith Suter has spent decades writing and speaking about economics, politics and business. Some of his ideas came be found at  www.global-directions.com.

This website deals with four matters that underpin the broader, more substantive matters which are in the mass media:

1:  Charities/ not for profit sector:

these organizations play a major role in Australian life but they often get taken for granted. This website will explore the future of such organizations and how they can make the most of their work.

2:  Education:

so often we hear “Well, the answer to this problem is education”. Education is taken for granted and yet, like all aspects of Australian life, it is subject to great change. This website’s initial focus is on the great (and yet unpublicized) achievement of attracting students to study in Australia “international education”. In only three decades it has become a major export industry (the top one, in Victoria’s case). How do we enhance international education?

International Student Experience:

Dr Keith Suter is the Vice president of ISEA. A not-for-profit group of industry leaders with one goal: Improve the international student experience through active support of best practice across the sector.

3:  Leadership:

being a leader is now more complicated than ever before: more is expected of leaders and yet their scope to move has been restricted. This website will look at the new era of leadership and provide ideas to assist people in leadership roles.

4:  Preparing for the Future:

the world is undergoing the fastest period of change in its history. This website looks at the techniques for making the most of the future.

Dr Keith Suter left school aged 15 but now has three doctorates. He sees education as a great liberating factor in a person’s life. He has held leadership positions in various organizations for many decades, mostly in the charity/ not for profit sector. He has been a member of the international think tank The Club of Rome for over two decades;
The Club stimulated a debate over the planet’s future with its 1972 best-selling Limits to Growth report and remains a leader in encouraging discussion on how the planet may best prepare for its future.