New and old research concludes that better management practices will significantly improve an organisation’s outcomes – improving its productivity, efficiency, profitability and staff retention. AIM is delighted to offer Corporate Member access to more products, services and tools to train and develop their staff. Under AIM Corporate’s new 70:20:10 offering, each aspect of Membership is tailored to a professional development outcome.
The AIM Knowledge Centre has a range of publications, learning resources and online content to help traject your career as a manager or leader. Choose from resources such as the Harvard Business Review, McKinsey Quarterly, Forbes, Fortune, Time, EBSCO e-journals and browse and borrow over 10,000 books. Read on for a snapshot of AIM Member benefits or contact the Membership services team on 1300 661 061 or email@example.com for more information.
AIM is delighted to partner on this rare opportunity to hear Simon Sinek share his strategies on how to influence positive change, increase employee engagement and grow key leadership competencies and in turn help you grow.
AIM is delighted to announce that the International Women's Day Great Debate is back in 2017! This year's topic is: Australia in 2017 is still a man's world. Our esteemed debaters will address the current state of gender equality in Australia and whether women have really achieved social and economic equality.
October marked two significant signature events for AIM. The first is AIM’s 75th Anniversary.
Business capability in Australia has snapped a five year decline to record a modest uplift according to the findings of AIM’s 2016 Australian Management Capability Index (AMCI). The latest findings reveal a slight uptick in the headline performance rating, with Australian businesses operating at 68.7% of what they could be achieving compared to 67.7% last year.
Earlier this week we sent all AIM Members an opportunity to nominate a friend or colleague who would make a great addition to our community. If you missed it, or would like a refresher please see below of how you can be involved.
National Salary Survey (NSS) purchasers received their latest update in October with AIM’s research team honing in on staff retention trends across Australia. The release of AIM’s Staff Retention Report, as part of the NSS October update, showed small & medium sized businesses recording the highest resignation rates.
Welcome to the September edition of Leading Edge. This month our introduction comes from David Pich, our Chief Executive here at AIM.
AIM Professional and Corporate Select Members now have access to a new series of Learning Journeys designed to build management and leadership capability. Launching today in Leadership Direct, Australia’s largest online management database, is six new Learning Journeys targeting vital skills for managers and leaders to grow and develop.