Conversations with Thought Leaders: AIM Business School Podcast Series with Professor Elizabeth More
By AIM Education and Training
The AIM Business School is proud to present the first and second episode of our new AIM Business School podcast series: Conversations with Thought Leaders.
While AIM Business School Dean, Professor More, is the former Deputy Vice Chancellor of Macquarie and Canberra University, and a leading authority on business education, she actually began her career on stage as a soloist with the Harlequin Ballet Company in England. Professor More continues to traverse the disparate industries of business and the arts as she remains a Director of the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) and is also the Chair of AUSDANCE NSW. Formerly a Director of the Macquarie Graduate School of Management as well as a past President of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management, in 2005 Professor Moore received the award of Member of the Order of Australia for service to education, particularly in the fields of communication, management and organisational change.
In the first of AIM Business School's podcast series, Professor More interviews David Rosenbaum on the topic of change management, both in his capacity as a consultant, researcher and author on change as well as as National Unit Coordinator for the MBA Unit, Strategic Organisational Change.
In the latest episode of the AIM Business School podcast, Professor Woodward discusses some of his research into leadership communication with AIM Business School Dean, Professor Elizabeth More. Professor Ian C. Woodward specialises in Leadership and Communication. He lectures in a range of INSEAD programmes and is Director of its flagship leadership course - the Advanced Management Programme. He also lectures and consults in leadership and management practice for high performance, as well as leadership and strategic development in organisations as diverse as financial and professional services, utilities, energy and the public sector.
Hear what the specialists have to say on the thought-provoking topics below and stay tuned for future podcasts!