Nominations for the 2015 Australian Institute of Management (AIM) Excellence Awards close on 17 July and, with only one month to go, members of the business community are being urged to nominate themselves or another high achieving manager for these prestigious awards.
As part of a regular new series where we introduce the AIM Group Board, we recently sat down for a chat with AIM Board Member, Mike Zissler FAIM to hear how he got involved with AIM and what role he believes AIM Membership can play in the careers of Australia's managers and leaders.
Are today’s women expected to do it all? While modern life certainly has a multitude of challenges for female professionals, some brave souls may argue that they’ve never had it easier.
AIM is proud to provide access to Members to the internationally recognised Chartered Manager status through our partnership with the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) UK. We recently spoke to the first AIM Members to complete the Chartered Manager accreditation to find out their motivation for completing this exclusive certification and what they learned from the process.
17 young men and 13 young women are on this year’s list of outstanding managers under 30 years of age
I cannot recall a more exciting time to be a leader and manager.
Businesses and organisations are more complex than ever. This complexity is underpinned by technology-led disruption, changing consumer behaviour, increased regulation and global competitiveness. Workplaces are also changing, with greater demands on managers and leaders than ever before.
What do a chef, an artistic instructor, a not for profit director and a construction project manager have in common? They’re all now members of an exclusive group of outstanding young leaders selected to take part in this year’s 30 Under Thirty program.
For more than 75 years, AIM has provided Australia's managers and leaders with unique opportunities for gaining cutting edge leadership knowledge while networking with like-minded professionals.
Six in ten employees leaving an organisation are moving sideways into a similar role and more than four out of ten employees say the reason they leave an organisation is about money.
They’re some of the findings in this year’s AIM National Salary Survey, now in its 51st year. The survey is based on the responses of more than 557 organisations across Australia, covering more than 25,000 employees and 282 job roles.
AIM CEO Daniel Musson FAIM discusses how AIM is offering a refreshing take on the traditional events currently on the corporate calendar. With a multitude of options available, he outlines some of the reasons you should book your spot at the table.