Leadership in Action

Should a leader drink at the office Christmas party?

Three experts look at how a boss should behave at the work Christmas party.

Leadership in Action

Should a leader drink at the office Christmas party?

Three experts look at how a boss should behave at the work Christmas party.

New in Leadership

5 ways for businesses to keep leave balances down

Accruing annual leave and not taking holidays isn’t just bad for an employee’s wellbeing, it’s a headache for employers, too. So what can you do to keep leave balances down?

New in Leadership

5 ways for businesses to keep leave balances down

Accruing annual leave and not taking holidays isn’t just bad for an employee’s wellbeing, it’s a headache for employers, too. So what can you do to keep leave balances down?

Insight Edge

From the Knowledge Centre

A selection of useful digital and print resources on decision-making from the AIM Knowledge Centre. Access is free to all AIM Members, online, or at one of our AIM libraries around the country.

Insight Edge

From the Knowledge Centre

A selection of useful digital and print resources on decision-making from the AIM Knowledge Centre. Access is free to all AIM Members, online, or at one of our AIM libraries around the country.

Leadership Q&A

5 minutes with Vincent Cooper AFAIM, director of Evolve Hotels

Vincent Cooper AFAIM, director of Melbourne-based boutique hotels company Evolve Hotels, had a very early start in his career in hospitality.

Leadership Q&A

5 minutes with Vincent Cooper AFAIM, director of Evolve Hotels

Vincent Cooper AFAIM, director of Melbourne-based boutique hotels company Evolve Hotels, had a very early start in his career in hospitality.

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People Power

Practical ways to promote religious diversity in the workplace

How to promote religious diversity at work

By embracing religious and cultural diversity, an organisation can reap productivity rewards – and it’s the right thing to do.
By embracing religious and cultural diversity, an organisation can reap productivity rewards – and it’s the right thing to do.

How many people does it take

How many people does it take to fight a bushfire?

Fighting bushfires in Australia

In NSW, fighting bushfires is the job of the NSW Rural Fire Service and its thousands of volunteers and employees. Leadership Matters looks at how many people it takes to keep the bushfire threat in check.
In NSW, fighting bushfires is the job of the NSW Rural Fire Service and its thousands of volunteers and employees. Leadership Matters looks at how many people it takes to keep the bushfire threat in check.

Global politics

Fear, hope and leadership in a Donald Trump presidency

Hope and fear in a Trump presidency

Businessman Donald Trump, with all his flaws, is set to become the 45th President of the United States. AIM student member Grace Hamer looks at how Trump won the election, and what kind of leader he will ...
Businessman Donald Trump, with all his flaws, is set to become the 45th President of the United States. AIM student member Grace Hamer looks at how Trump won the election, and what kind of leader he will ...

Professional development

Developing Decision Making Skills – A Checklist

Developing Decision Making Skills – A Checklist

Decision making skills enable a manager and leader to consider alternatives and use judgement to choose an appropriate and timely course of action. The checklist below is a numbered guide to ensure decisions ...
Decision making skills enable a manager and leader to consider alternatives and use judgement to choose an appropriate and timely course of action. The checklist below is a numbered guide to ensure decisions ...

decision making

Revisiting the Six Thinking Hats

Revisiting the Six Thinking Hats

Edward De Bono’s famous system is a group decision-making technique used to help analyse a decision prior to implementation. The technique looks at a problem from six different perspectives.
Edward De Bono’s famous system is a group decision-making technique used to help analyse a decision prior to implementation. The technique looks at a problem from six different perspectives.

Professional development

6 Simple steps to making good decisions

6 Simple steps to making good decisions

To achieve big things in business, and life, you need to make good decisions. Here are some simple steps you can take to make sure you get things right, more of the time.
To achieve big things in business, and life, you need to make good decisions. Here are some simple steps you can take to make sure you get things right, more of the time.

Professional development

Decision made: the new Insight Edge

Decision made: the new Insight Edge

Decisions are made every day by managers – some easy, some tough. The way in which decisions are made will be influenced by an organisation's structure, procedures and policies, and more subtly by its ...
Decisions are made every day by managers – some easy, some tough. The way in which decisions are made will be influenced by an organisation's structure, procedures and policies, and more subtly by its ...

AIM Leadership Excellence Awards

Cherie Curtis wins Leader/Manager of the Year 2016

Leader/Manager of the Year 2016: Cherie Curtis

Organisational psychologist and Revelian CEO Cherie Curtis wins Leader/Manager of the Year at AIM’s 27th annual Leadership Excellence Awards (ALEAs).
Organisational psychologist and Revelian CEO Cherie Curtis wins Leader/Manager of the Year at AIM’s 27th annual Leadership Excellence Awards (ALEAs).