Four outstanding Victorian managers have been rewarded for a stellar year by being awarded with Australia’s most prestigious management award.
Vigorous Tasmanian community worker Therese Taylor and Tasmanian businessman Chris Sargent will fondly remember 2014 forever.
Excellence is a trait aspired to by many but achieved by few. Not so for the quartet of South Australian high achievers whose corporate achievements were rewarded when they were named the state’s most successful managers at the AIM Excellence Awards on Friday 3 October.
High-achieving Australian businessman A. Donald Glover FAIM was a man before his time. Born in Leongatha, in Victoria on December 2 in 1924, Mr Glover served in the Royal Australian Air Force as a pilot in Canada and Australia and went on to introduce some of Australia’s most loved products into the nation’s households.
Hawthorn has firmly established itself as the benchmark of AFL sporting excellence but the club’s off-field commitment to player development is equally impressive.
Two of the Northern Territory’s hardest working business women were recognised this month at Australia’s most prestigious management awards.
Proving that management excellence is pervasive in every industry, a Fellow of the Australian Institute of Management was recently bestowed with a prestigious engineering award.
I am pleased to announce that AIM Group will soon embark on an exciting new chapter in the Institute’s history when we relaunch the AIM Brand across the nation for the first time as an enterprise. The AIM Brand relaunch is a natural progression for AIM Group after the historic merger of the state-based divisions in late 2013.
How can you effectively stand up for your values when you are being pressured by your boss, colleagues, customers, or shareholders to do the opposite? One of the principal architects of Harvard’s Leadership, Ethics and Corporate Responsibility curriculum says leaders need to be provided with training, practice and scripts for dealing with corporate misconduct.