All Courses Under Leadership & Management

  • Risk Management
    The Risk Management short course will guide you on how to create, implement and evaluate a risk management strategy that supports your organisation's objective and ensures the minimisation of risk.
  • Strategic Business Project (1 unit)
    The aim of this unit is to develop business research experience through an assignment for an organisation in which the participant is employed, or through an opportunity to provide a research resource to a not-for-profit organisation. Participants will undertake a strategic analytical assignment under the supervision of the AIM Business School Academic Director, or a nominated supervisor.
  • Strategic Business Project (3 units)
    This unit is the equivalent of 3 units towards an MBA. Alternatively a shorter project option of 10,000 words is available for the equivalent of 1 unit towards an MBA.
  • Strategic Leadership
    Ths Strategic Leadership short course provides the practical tools and techniques necessary to successfully plan and deliver your organisation’s future strategic outcomes. From creating the vision to business plan execution, learn how to create realistic yet ambitious plans that support growth and financial sustainability.
  • Building Team Performance
    Building Team Performance will teach you the skills to develop a performance-based culture through the application of practical tools and strategies. The result will be more engaged employees who are aligned on achieving team goals, meeting performance standards and working collaboratively; raising the performance of the collective team.
  • Change Management
    The Change Management short course covers the step-by-step process for successful change. Understand the various types of change that affect your organisation and apply different models of change in the context of your business. Learn to plan, prepare and implement change with the tools to effectively resolve resistance to the change process.
  • Coaching and Mentoring
    Coaching and Mentoring will show you how to provide constructive feedback while maintaining trust, using proven approaches that incorporate emotional intelligence and strong interpersonal skills. Create a coaching culture where insight and experience are shared readily to provide the ongoing support your employees need to thrive.
  • Conflict Resolution
    The Conflict Resolution short course explores the factors that drive conflict and the skills required to effectively intervene and facilitate positive outcomes. It demonstrates a pragmatic approach that will help you deal with and resolve conflict.
  • Contract Management
    The Contract Management short course provides a practical guide to managing contracts through exploration of the contract lifecycle; from tendering and negotiating to managing risk and administering contracts. Foster sustainable relationships with suppliers through better management of the tendering and selection process, monitor the performance of suppliers, manage risk and resolve disagreements more effectively.
  • Effective Workplace Relationships
    The Effective Workplace Relationships short course is designed to build your interpersonal skills and assist you in becoming a more effective communicator. Focusing on communication and behaviour, you will learn strategies to be more responsive to others and to foster positive workplace relationships.
  • Implementing Innovation and Continuous Improvement
    The Implementing Innovation and Continuous Improvement short course harnesses skills in innovative thinking, as well as identifying, analysing and driving opportunities for organisational improvement.
  • International Business
    This unit aims to develop awareness of the scope and complexity in managing business endeavours which extend across international borders. It will familiarise participants as managers and leaders with a range of options and strategies available to compete effectively and profitably in today's global economy.
  • Leadership and General Management
    A capstone for the MBA program, this unit examines strategy formulation and implementation at the corporate level. It dissects the role of a business enterprise in society and connects this to its responsibilities as a social entity. It explores the role of corporate leaders in governing the organisation in a way that creates shareholder value and discusses emerging issues in corporate strategy such as corporate ethics, corporate environmentalism, sustainability and risk management.
  • Leading for Innovation and Sustainability
    An important key to organisational sustainability is innovation. Strategic leaders must develop and maintain a culture of enquiry, creativity and fearless innovation. Such leadership demands an understanding of the interacting elements that contribute to the effective and sustainable organisation: its structure, people, politics and culture.
  • Leading with Emotional Intelligence
    Leading with Emotional Intelligence shows you how to harness your own emotions and those of others to enhance decision-making, improve behaviour and facilitate high performance. Including a Genos Emotional Intelligence Report, you’ll become aware of how your emotions directly impact those around you, both in work and personal lives.
  • Leading, Managing and Developing People
    The Leading, Managing & Developing People unit is a core unit of the Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma and MBA. As much about self-reflection as it is about learning strategies to manage others more efficiently, this unit will boost your awareness and help you think objectively about your capabilities as a leader. Leaders and managers achieve organisational objectives through the people they lead, so if you can be better at engaging, motivating, and developing people, you’ll stand to increase your own productivity and that of the organisation as a whole.
  • Managing Consultancy Practice
    Consultancy practice is an area of increasing choice for both professionals and experience corporate managers.
  • Managing Operational Improvement
    Addressing operations in organisations across the globe, this unit looks at how they are assimilating quality assurance with holistic systems management practices. It will encourage you to consider approaches to operational improvement taking a systems view.
  • Managing, Developing and Implementing Strategy
    As part of the AIM Business School Graduate Program, the Implementing Strategy short course provides you with a theoretical understanding and the steps involved in practically developing, implementing and managing strategy successfully. You’ll learn how to confidently apply strategic analysis as well as make decisions about business-level, competitive strategy and the processes involved with long-term strategic thinking.
  • Operational Planning
    The Operational Planning short course focuses on the development and implementation of operational plans. It will provide you with the skills to develop the plan, acquire resources, monitor progress and evaluate operational performance.
  • People Leadership
    The People Leadership short course provides you with a platform on which to build your leadership identity. Recognising that management seniority is not just about commercial accountability, you'll learn how to become a trusted organisational figurehead who can lead and develop the workforce during times of both stability and change.
  • Performance Management
    This short course explores the end-to-end processes associated with the performance management cycle. From the setting of goals and allocation of work through to performance reviews and recognition, you will learn the skills you need to drive a performance culture and proactively address issues of diminished performance.