AIM Public Sector powered by CPM

Inspiring the public sector workforce of tomorrow

Over 40% of the 20,000 managers and leaders who attend AIM public programs every year are from the public sector, and we can tailor any of these programs to Federal, State and Local government across Australia.

AIM Public Sector is supported by our dedicated public sector leadership and development group, the Centre for Public Management (CPM). CPM has unique resources and experience, featuring a rich 23 year history in growing management and leadership capability across the public sector.

 

69% of HR Leaders say Talent as the #1 Priority

69% of HR Leaders say Talent as the #1 Priority

Source: Gallup

Soft skill intensive jobs will make up 63% of all jobs by 2030

Soft skill intensive jobs will make up 63% of all jobs by 2030

Source: Deliotte Access Economics

Cost of replacing talent 50 - 250% of annual salary

Cost of replacing talent 50 - 250% of annual salary

SHRM

Cost of disengagement 34% of annual salary

Cost of disengagement 34% of annual salary

Source: Gallup

 

 

Top 4 Skills to Train for

Complex Problem Solving

Complex Problem Solving

 

Critical Thinking<br />

Critical Thinking

 

Creativity

Creativity

 

People Management

People Management

 

Source: Future of Jobs Report. World Economic Forum

 

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AIM Blog - The Peter Principle: Prophetic or preventable?
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