The AIM Job Shadowing Scheme (JSS) is part of the Student Membership (AIMs) offering and is designed to help participants increase their career awareness of a particular role or industry.
Did you know the happiest and highest performing employees are the ones with the strongest networks? Networking increases cooperation and collaboration, breaks down barriers and provides access to key development opportunities. In short, ‘Networking Is Working’.
Welcome to the first edition of the AIM Alumni newsletter. We’ve been working on bringing a more formal approach to interactions with our Alumni for some time and this newsletter will be the first part of a range of new initiatives designed to stimulate a vibrant alumni community amongst our AIM Business School Graduates.
The Australian Institute of Management is pleased to announce a new strategic partnership with Deakin Business School that will ensure the next generation of leaders have access to Australia’s most powerful leadership network.
At AIM, management and leadership is a perennial focus, and with the upcoming election, now more than ever it is important to consider the skills and outcomes of effective leadership. What are those skills you seek from a leader, or that you strive to develop yourself? Effective decision making, strategic thinking, ethical leadership, strong people management or other skills?
The Australian Institute of Management (AIM) and Queensland Education Leadership Institute (QELi) have announced a partnership to support the ongoing leadership journey of state-school education leaders throughout Queensland.
AIM is throwing open its doors this month so managers and leaders from every industry can get a taste of the market leading courses and qualifications they have to offer.
Latest findings from the Australian Institute of Management's (AIM) 2016 National Salary Survey released today, show the Australian living standard is now under more pressure than ever before with wage growth falling in line with the rate of inflation, a statistic rarely seen in Australia over the past three decades.