Each year AIM WA holds over 50 seminars and events. They range from large seminars involving international speakers from business schools and universities around the world to more intimate breakfasts, sundowners and workshops with national and WA speakers.
Although these seminars and events are different in their content and style, they all provide an opportunity for you to build your knowledge, skills and competence and to meet new people and develop your professional networks.
Join us for a night of celebration as we recognise business leadership excellence in the West Australian business community at the AIM WA Pinnacle Awards Gala Evening.
With an unrivalled reputation for providing access to the best in the world, the Institute presents Perth's business community with some of the world's leading authorities on management theory and practice. Past seminars have included senior faculty from Harvard Business School and London Business School.
This event series features a range of inspiring leaders who share their personal leadership journeys. Examples of previous speakers include Hon. Roger Cook MLA, Richard Goyder, Julie Bishop MP, Craig Challen SC OAM and Professor Deborah Terry.
Wednesday, 27 October 2021
Formerly Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Equity and Indigenous at Edith Cowan University, now retired
Join us for this breakfast event to hear from Colleen as she shares her personal leadership story.Find out more
These informative evening events feature a range of experienced presenters throughout the year, providing practical, management and leadership skills-focussed information. Examples of topics covered are Stakeholder Management, Word and Excel Tips and Tricks, Mindful Management and Flexible Work Practices.
Wednesday, 24 November 2021
Founder, Owner and Lead Behavioural Investigator for the Mind Hush Group.
A communications expert and experienced marketing strategist, Sharon has had international training in behavioural science with a focus on deception detection, evaluating truth and credibility and emotional intelligence.
Using behavioural science to recognise deception, what people are really feeling, and elicit critical information to increase business and profits.Find out more
Many other opportunities arise during the year to engage with the Institute. These include research briefings, virtual events and on-site workshops.
Thursday, 18 November 2021
Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety
School of Medical & Health Sciences, Edith Cowan University
Mining Industry Advisory Committee & Managing Director Meridio Solutions