AIM is bringing its vision of better managers, better leaders for a better society to the Illawarra.
The 21st century demands a new approach to ensuring business outcomes are achieved.
The consumer is the centre of business and this demands new ways of thinking about how we manage which includes:
Increasing professional accountability
An emphasis on measurable, high quality, integral environments
Greater transparency for business actions
Personal responsibility for ongoing education to guide practice
Facilitated by Jacqueline Hiddlestone FAIM, Chair of Illawarra Regional Advisory Council. Donna Dark, DBA Candidate and Principal Consultant at Lighthouse Advisory Services will be joining our panel discussion.
Dr Terry Froggatt Terry is the Head of Health and Social Wellbeing at the Nan Tien Institute. He is committed to evidence-based organisational learning and development. Providing innovative and learner focused seminars and programs which facilitate health and wellbeing, knowledge transfer, management of change, organisational culture, health management and leadership development. He has researched in the not for profit sector, particularly in the area of mental health, health services management, environmental sustainability and employment opportunity for people who may be socio-economically disadvantaged.
Chris Gardiner FAIM Australian Partner & Director at Lumina Learning. Chris has been a Fellow of the Institute for over 15 years. His leadership experience has included the operation of hospitals, aged and health care, youth services and sport. He holds separate postgraduate qualifications in international relations, ethics leadership and management. He sits on Health Professional Standards Tribunals and is the Deputy Chairman of the Cancer Council NSW’s Ethics Committee.