AIM is looking for Australia’s best young managers

Date: 
Monday, February 9, 2015

National recognition, international networking and the opportunity to be mentored by some of Australia’s leading management and business minds.

These are just three of the many personal and professional benefits that await the Australian Institute of Management’s 2015 AIM30 - this year’s hottest professional list of young-gun managers across Australia under 30 years of age.

Now in its third year, the AIM30 has forged a reputation as a career changer for those fortunate enough to have been inducted onto it and AIM Chair Grant Dearlove FAIM said the 2015 crop would again be of an extremely high standard.

“The AIM30 is a list of young managers who have already achieved extraordinary things and demonstrated exceptional management talent,” he said.

“They will have utilised their management skills to improve their organisations and the people within them.

“AIM exists to develop and nurture the careers of people at all stages of their lives regardless of their location and this list typifies what the Institute stands for.”

Nominations for the 2015 AIM30 are now open - to nominate yourself or someone you know please visit www.youngmanagers.com.au/aim30/

An initiative of AIM’s Young Manager Advisory Board (YMAB), the inaugural campaign attracted more than 500 applicants. To be eligible for the AIM30, applicants must be under 30 years of age and residing or working in any Australian state or territory.

They must be a practicing manager who is making a mark through deployment of well-developed managerial skills that result in high levels of productivity, engagement and learning.

The criteria used to devise the final list will include an ability to express the practice of management over the theoretical elements, real life examples of management skills, vision, ambition, style and adaptability.

Applicants will be put through a two-tier selection process which includes submission of a one page biography and a Skype or telephone interview with two YMAB members.

Applications close at midnight on Friday 27 February and the list will be announced on Friday 27 March. For full Terms of Reference and more information visit www.aim.com.au