WELCOME TO AIM WA

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.

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Our goal is to help you and your
organisation get better.


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Inspirational Leader Series
with Mario D'Orazio FAIM

Join us for breakfast on 19 June 2019. 

Table bookings available. 

Book now!



 
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Developing an Eye 
For Accuracy

To enable you to get it right
first time, every time, this
program is proven to reduce
errors by 50-60%
 
11 - 12 June 2019
 

UPCOMING PROGRAMS, SEMINARS & EVENTS

May, 2019
  • This program outlines and reinforces the need for taking personal control over time and being responsible for the outcomes. You will develop the skills to recognise and balance your own and your team’s time management to enhance performance and efficiency.

  • Planning at the organisational level sets the direction and influences activities at the team and individual level. Effective development and implementation of an operational plan can contribute towards better performance and improved processes and production within an organisation. Sound planning is essential if an organisation is to reach its desired goals and the implementation of that plan is an important key to success. Other important byproducts of the planning process are increased customer satisfaction and the capacity to manage change more effectively.
  • People management skills are an essential element to getting the best from your team. Although there are a large number of skills required, some are more important than others. This program is designed to develop the personal insights necessary to lead, manage and interact with your colleagues effectively and productively. Participants will have the opportunity to identify and practice the key skills of communication, motivation, delegation and problem solving so that they can learn to maximise their own potential and that of their staff.

    This premium program uses a blended learning approach which includes face-to-face sessions, access to our online learning platform and 12 months Professional Membership of AIM WA. Learn more at aimwa.com/blendedlearning
  • The ability to write clearly and effectively is a critical professional skill. This program will assist participants to plan, organise and structure their writing to achieve better results with written business communications. Through the practical application of writing and editing skills, participants will learn to write documents that are reader oriented and communicate clearly and effectively.

  • Every day at work we need to raise an issue, initiate change, make a request or respond to the demands of others. Each of these situations would benefit from having one or both parties being more skilful in the art of influencing and persuading. This program enhances your knowledge and skills, whether you are dealing with a colleague, customer or stakeholder.

  • Improving business performance requires an understanding of the components of profit, liquidity and value. This practical guide to understanding financial information will provide managers and business owners with effective financial skills to enable them to identify improvements in the financial performance of their business.
  • This program provides you with further skills in Microsoft Excel. You will learn how to identify ranges with names, protect worksheets and files, apply functions, link worksheets, audit files and create templates.
  • Are you contributing to managerial effectiveness?

     

    This program will improve your awareness of day-to-day managerial needs and develop your planning and organisational skills. You will also develop your skills at anticipating the needs of the manager or managerial team. With your understanding of these needs and your skills for thinking ahead, you will become a more valuable member of the team.

     

    Coordinated manager/assistant teams can be extraordinarily productive. The manager’s time is freed to tackle more strategic, longer term thinking, whilst the assistant has a more interesting job coordinating the tasks and activities of the work area.

  • This program is designed to improve and develop the management style and skills of new managers or others in line for management responsibilities. It offers a unique opportunity to explore the fundamentals of self-management and managing the performance of others. It covers a range of people management skills and introduces participants to practical tools and strategies. Additional to the core interpersonal skills, the program also covers managing performance, conflict and change.

    This premium program uses a blended learning approach which includes face-to-face sessions, access to our online learning platform and 12 months Professional Membership of AIM WA. Learn more at aimwa.com/blendedlearning
  • High performers have the same hours in the day, yet are doing something very different to achieve greater results. Your thinking impacts the behaviour and actions that leads to your results. So, changing your performance starts with your thoughts.
  • Building relationships and effective account management form the basis for successful sales strategy in an organisation. This program focuses on ways to build successful stakeholder engagements, close sales, retain business and increase referrals through the effective servicing and management of one-on-one relationships with clients. The interpersonal aspects of developing mutually beneficial relationships are covered with reference to relationship management models designed to maximise – Return on Relationship (ROR).
  • Everyone is confronted by their own emotions and those of other people on a daily basis. How we manage these emotions can have a dramatic impact on the way we are perceived by others and on our effectiveness at getting things done with and through other people. By increasing our knowledge and intelligence around emotions, we will be better equipped to sense and respond in the workplace and at home.

NEWS

A digital tattoo that can never be erased May 14 2019
Just as our society begins to no longer pre-judge those of us who sport ink on our bodies, it is tattoos of a different - but equally permanent - kind that are catching up with us.
 
How to deal with an over-sharing boss May 12 2019
Have you ever been put in an incredibly awkward position by your boss because you feel they have overstepped professional boundaries in terms of workplace communication?
 
Office etiquette slips to all-time pongy low Apr 23 2019
Everyone has stories to tell about the disgusting or annoying behaviour of a colleague.
 
Embrace the negative to grow your career Apr 14 2019
Anyone who has ever been on the receiving end of less-than-flattering feedback about their performance knows ti can create a rollercoaster of emotions.
 
Giving short shrift to cliches in the office Apr 02 2019
Drilling down on the jargon we hear ramping up in our workplaces.
 
When boss plays favourites and it's not you Mar 24 2019
Being the boss' favourite is not necessarily all that it is cracked up to be.
 
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