Date & Time
26/04/2017 -
12:00 to 14:00
AIM Member
Non Member
Members Group Tickets
Non Members Group Tickets

AIM’s vision of better managers and better leaders for a better society cannot be met without having a significant impact on workplaces and the broader community. Teams are a big part of this equation, and yet, so often team development is under-baked and is not a specific point of focus .  

So how do you build a high performing team? 

This highly practical and interactive workshop will provide you with the tools to move towards a high performing team. Take away:
•    simple frameworks and tools to help you diagnose where you and your team are
•    techniques and approaches you can implement in your workplace straight away
•    the leadership drivers of employee engagement
•    a self-assessment of where you are with your personal engagement
•    the tools to develop an action plan to implement back in the business

The Leadership Outlook Series is AIM’s annual ‘kick off’ workshop. Join Phil Crenigan FAIM, leading executive coach from Executive Turning Point Pty Ltd for this practical and interactive workshop. 

The session will once again end with a panel of local Members, discussing the importance of developing a high performing team, and the tips and traps you need to know. Book a ticket for yourself or bring the whole team – special group prices available to take your team to the next level. 

Speaker Profile


Phil Crenigan is Principal and Managing Director of Executive Turning Point Pty Ltd, a company he founded to focus on his passion for people and high performance.  Phil is a leading Executive Coach who works with a broad corporate and private client base, coaching CEO’s, Senior Executives and their teams in leadership, high performance, and critical career transitions.

Phil describes the ability to help talented individuals and teams to be the best they can be as the most rewarding work of his career.

Underpinning Phil’s passion for making a difference with people is a distinguished international career with Unilever, Guinness Brewing Worldwide, Diageo PLC and Fosters Group. Phil has lived and worked in many parts of the world including long-term assignments in Australia, Spain, Ireland, UK, and Malaysia, and has concluded assignments in  Africa, United States and  the Caribbean. Phil has undertaken thousands of hours of coaching with many culturally diverse high performance teams.

Phil is a Director of Sydney Philharmonia Choirs, a former Board director and now ambassador of the Australian Children‘s Music Foundation, a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management and a member of the Central Queensland University NSW Regional Engagement Committee.   

Venue Details

Tapestry at Fitzy's

Tapestry Bar and Grill
153 Margaret Street