First AIM Webcast to provide Members with an insight into Bligh’s leadership
AIM is kicking off its new suite of Webcasts with an exclusive interview with former Queensland Premier, Anna Bligh. More world class speakers will feature in the AIM Webcasts throughout the course of the year.
The Australian Institute of Management is further enhancing its member benefits with the delivery of its first webcast for 2015.
A Members-only exclusive, the webcast will go live in May with former Queensland Premier Anna Bligh FAIM speaking about management and leadership advice that enabled her to become Queensland’s first female leader.
The webcast follows Ms Bligh’s east coast book launch tour where she presented to sell out audiences at AIM Institutes in Brisbane, Canberra and Melbourne during April.
AIM Head of Member Engagement Andrea Brosnan AFAIM said the webcasts were a tool for Member interaction and another element of AIM’s reinvigorated Membership engagement campaign.
“It’s about being Member focused and these webcasts allow our Members to gain insight and inspiration, whenever and wherever they like,” Ms Brosnan said.
“The webcasts and upcoming podcasts are a great way of delivering interviews and management tips from some of our prolific Members.
“Our Members can now partake in world class development and thought leadership without leaving their office or the comfort of their own home.”
AIM Acting CEO Membership Tony Gleeson FAIM said the webcasts were another example of the Institute’s ongoing commitment to Member interaction.
“These webcasts will live on the AIM website and would be accessible to Members only,” Mr Gleeson said.
“We have a program of world class speakers planned for 2015 and we will roll these webcasts out throughout the course of the year.”
Ms Brosnan said the accessibility of the webcasts allows Members access to leading edge thought leadership, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
“What these are designed to do is meet the Members where they live and work, regardless of their demographic or location,” Ms Brosnan said.
“This gives Members the ‘key’ to partake at their own leisure in their own time.”
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