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7 Sep 2019 11:20 PM | Jackielou Idia (Administrator)

Join us on Wednesday 18th September at the Sydney Networking Lunch when Chris Pearsall FAIEA will host a Roundtable on AIEA in the Sydney marketplace.

The September networking lunch is intended to be a forum for members and guests to provide suggestions and feedback which will assist the AIEA to consider how to best serve the interests of members in the future. All suggestions and thoughts will be gratefully accepted and will help set our program for the next 12 months. With many people choosing a different way of working in the next phase of their careers, the AIEA is looking to assist members ensure sustainability and longevity. Read more…

Join us on Tuesday 1st October at the Brisbane Networking Event when Kevan Sangster BAIEA and Fiona Cochran will present 'Interim Management Market Update, and how to position yourself for opportunities in this market'

We will be providing an update to the Interim management market in Queensland from a recruiter’s perspective. Fiona and Kevan will focus on trends, current developments and areas of growth in the interim management market. They will also highlight how you can best position yourself on social media and proactively attract the opportunities you want to work on. This is a great opportunity to ask questions and seek advice to support your career. Read more…

Why women mentoring women is a winning business strategy

Women mentoring women is an invaluable step towards gender diversity and equality in the workplace, and it’s a boost for business too. Here’s how it builds a sustainable female pipeline for leadership positions, and what that can do for your bottom line. Read more…

ATO steps up enforcement as small business fails to pay $11 billion in tax

The Australian Taxation Office said $7 billion (64%) of the unpaid tax was tied to black economy activity. Deputy commissioner Deborah Jenkins said bans on sales suppression software and a recently launched dob-in-a-business tip-off hotline are part of crackdown efforts. Read more…

The 25 Best Warren Buffett Quotes in one Infographic

Warren Buffett is famous for his wit and will likely go down in history as one of the most quotable and influential investors of all time. The "Oracle of Omaha" turned 89 years old last weekend. We celebrate his wisdom by bringing you his best one-liners, complete with illustrations and stories that help distil them down. Read More…

A Short Guide to Pricing Your Services as a Consultant or Coach

Many executives dream about starting an executive coaching or consulting practice, or launching one after they retire. But a touchy subject soon emerges: what should you charge? Too much, and you won’t have any clients. Too little, and you’ll work yourself to the bone — and become resentful in the process. How can you strike a balance Read more…

Which Countries Have the Most Wealth Per Capita?

When it comes to wealth per capita, it’s clear that Australia and Switzerland lead the pack. In fact, the data shows that both nations top the lists for both mean and median wealth. However, both nations also have the highest absolute household debt-to-GDP ratios in the world: in 2018, Switzerland’s levels reached nearly 129%, while Australia followed behind at 120%. Read more…

The Future of 5G

See how 5G compares to older iterations of wireless technology. Also, we look at why 5G is poised to change the way the modern world uses data.  By 2024, an estimated 1.5 billion mobile users will be using 5G wireless networks. Read more…


90% of data was created in the past two years; by 2020, there will be 40 trillion gigabytes of data. How can businesses effectively utilise big data: namely, to sieve efficiently through the troves of information to analyse relevant data, develop optimised metrics, and use them to guide decisions towards success? View on YouTube…

The no-growth future: has Australia’s economy finally run out of luck?

The expectation, based on the past, that we should get richer and richer may have reached its use-by date. Wages are stagnant. Wealth is falling. House prices are down. Consumers aren’t spending. Businesses aren’t investing. Interest rates are at record lows and Read more…

One-liners from the Internet

  • A cheap shot is a terrible thing to waste.
  • A hard thing about a business is minding your own.
  • Most women don’t know where to look when they’re eating a banana.
  • Does time fly when you’re having sex or was it really just one minute?
  • We are all time travelers moving at the speed of exactly 60 minutes per hour
  • The big difference between sex for money and sex for free is that sex for money usually costs a lot less.
  • Life is short, smile while you still have teeth.
  • A balanced diet means a cupcake in each hand.
  • Maybe you should eat some makeup so you can be pretty on the inside too.
  • I'm not shy, I'm holding back my awesomeness so I don't intimidate you.



  • 6 Jan 2020 9:22 PM | Anonymous
    Luckily, I was in Sydney during this event and got a chance to participate in this special event. Get essay writing tips from this website. I learnt many things about business from experienced people who were also the part of this wonderful meeting so I am thankful for all people who invited me here.
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    • 1 Jul 2020 7:50 AM | PatrickM
      We have a good understanding of who are the right interim executives for any particular job because of our selection processes and bringing hundreds of interim executives and subject matter experts to clients each year.
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