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Welcome to the first 2017 edition of the AIM Business School Alumni News.
In March 2017 the Northern Territory Advisory Committee elected 5 new members and appointed a new NT Member Liaison. The role of a Regional Advisory Committee is to reflect and amplify the strategic direction of AIM within the Northern Territory. The Regional Advisory Committee works in an advisory capacity with AIM, to operationalise initiatives in that region and grow regional Membership and engagement.
Over the past month we have been delighted to host three of AIM’s Leadership Outlook Series events across the state in Bendigo, Geelong and Melbourne. This year’s series focused on High Performing Teams. The practical and interactive workshops were facilitated by Phil Crenigan FAIM, leading executive coach from Executive Turning Point Pty Ltd.
It's been another busy month at AIM and we are looking forward to our fourth Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Wednesday 24th May 2017.
AIM Group 2016 Annual Report showcases the significant progress we have made across key areas of AIM's business throughout 2016.
Our AIM Member lounges are the ideal spots to host your casual business meetings. Head out of the boardroom and enjoy our chic working spaces
March marks the Women's History Month, a time dedicated to commemorate and celebrate the social, economic and domestic accomplishments of women. In light of the month-long recognition of women, here at AIM we are delighted to profile two female entrepreneurs, Kimberley Britt AFAIM and Zoe Piper FAIM. Kimberley is previously a member of the AIM Young Manager Advisory Board and Chair of AIM's Emerging Leaders Board. Zoe is the former Chair of the AIM ACT Regional Advisory Committee and a finalist in the Emerging Entrepreneur category of NAB Women's Agenda Leadership Awards.
In January 2017 the South Australian Regional Advisory Committee was formed. The role of a Regional Advisory Committee is to reflect and amplify the strategic direction of AIM within South Australia. The Regional Advisory Committee works in an advisory capacity with AIM, to operationalise initiatives in that region and grow regional Membership and engagement.