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The Australian Institute of Management in Western Australia (AIM WA) aspires to be an international leader in shaping management, leadership and organisational excellence in Australia and our region.
AIM WA is a private not-for-profit organisation committed to the development and performance improvement of its Personal and Corporate Members and its clients across the commercial, government, community and not-for-profit sectors.

UPCOMING PROGRAMS, SEMINARS & EVENTS

February, 2017
  • This program provides an essential understanding of the contract management process for those involved in the procurement of goods and services who are new to contract management. Practical activities will enable participants to understand the concepts and techniques of planning and managing a contract through to a successful conclusion.
  • The Yellow Belt program is the first stage on your Six Sigma journey. Participants explore the well regarded DMAIC (Define, Measure, Analyse, Improve and Control) philosophy, and the essentials of continuous improvement.
  • In-house mentoring is increasingly seen as an important part of the mix for the development of staff within organisations. The role that can be played by senior staff, technical experts or trusted individuals to support the development, particularly that of younger staff, is very significant. This program introduces the key components of mentoring and the skills required of those who take up the mentoring role.

  • If there is one way to tell a good Chairperson from a bad one, it is the following: a good Chairperson is one who controls a meeting so that its particular purpose is achieved as efficiently, fairly and pleasantly as possible.
  • Stress has become such a major part of our lives to the point where it has reached epidemic proportions. It can determine the efficiency of both individuals and organisations. While stress is unavoidable, we can understand and harness its powerful energy to create the lifestyles we want for ourselves. This program teaches participants how to handle stress and use it positively – a valuable asset in today’s busy world. It also helps us to understand ‘good’ and ‘bad’ stress.

NEWS

  • AIM WA WestBusiness 2016 Pinnacle Award Winners Announced Dec 05 2016
    On Wednesday, November 30, the AIM WA WestBusiness Pinnacle Award winners were announced at a Gala Dinner held at Crown Perth.
     
  • FMG's Power at Pinnacle of WA Business Dec 02 2016
    Fortescue Metals Group chief executive Nev Power was named the WA Business Leader of the Year at the 2016 AIM WA WestBusiness Pinnacle Awards Dinner held at Crown Perth on Wednesday, 30 November.
     
  • Long-Term Vision Key to Business in Downturn Nov 28 2016
    The AIM WA WestBusiness CEO Voice boardroom lunch held on Thursday 24 November explored Leadership in the Downturn.
     
  • Prepare to Make Tough Decisions on Aged Care Oct 31 2016
    The AIM WA WestBusiness CEO Voice boardroom lunch held on Thursday 27 October explored WA's aged care industry.
     
  • Aged-Care Bubble to Burst in 'Perfect Storm' Oct 29 2016
    The AIM WA WestBusiness CEO Voice boardroom lunch held on Thursday 27 October explored WA's aged care industry.
     
  • Still Life in Iron: Walsh Oct 18 2016
    Former Rio Tinto chief executive Sam Walsh says he "smiles" when pundits say the WA mining boom is over.
     
  • AIM Leadership Excellence Awards – WA Winners Announced Sep 16 2016
     
  • 2016 AIM Leadership Excellence Awards Jul 08 2016
    The AIM Leadership Excellence Awards is the preeminent awards program that recognises and celebrates Australia's outstanding leaders.
     
  • Do Australian Leaders Have What it Takes? May 30 2016
    A study of Australian Leaders released today by the University of Melbourne's Centre for Workplace Leadership has grim findings for Australia's leadership capacity.
     
  • AIDN-WA joins with AIM WA for Site Tour of Civmec's Henderson Facility May 25 2016
     
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