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AIEA hosts frequent Networking and Educational events each year and Corporate Affiliates also provide Networking and Professional Development events as approved by AIEA management.  The AIEA membership is a rich, deep pool of talent and most of our guest speakers come from this talent pool.

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    • 18 Sep 2019
    • 12:30 PM - 2:30 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • Union, University & Schools Club of Sydney (UUSC) 25 Bent Street, Sydney NSW 2000
    • 41

    AIEA Roundtable

    The profile of an interim executive is changing as the professionalism of interim management is rising as a legitimate career choice. Groups like the AIEA which provide networking events and face to face interactions are seen by many as among the most successful ways to secure Gigs in the interim economy.

    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.

    A light lunch will be served at 1pm and a cash bar will be operating. The discussion will commence at 1:30pm. Gentlemen are required to wear suit and tie, with ladies required to dress accordingly, (dress or slack suit). 

    UUSC is located at 25 Bent Street, Sydney 2000.

    • 1 Oct 2019
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Institute of Managers and Leaders, Level 16, 40 Creek Street, Brisbane 4000
    • 28

    Interim Management Market Update

    How to Position for Opportunities in this Market

    OnTalent is a Business Sponsor of AIEA and this presentation will focus on two aspects

    • A market update on current developments and areas of growth in the interim management market in Queensland
    • How best to position yourself on social media to attract these opportunities. 

    We will be providing an update to the Interim management market in Queensland from a recruiters 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.

    About the Presenters

    Kevan Sangster  is a Business Member of AIEA.  He is building a contact database of AIEA Interim Executive to fill his roles at OnTalent and he will be posting the occasional roll in AIEA-Jobs. He is an Economics & Politics graduate, has 20 years recruitment experience (10 in Brisbane) and is the Client Partner – Executive Contracting & Interim Management at OnTalent.

    Fiona Cochran is the Head of Client Services at OnTalent. She is a highly experienced Executive Search Consultant that has worked with many boards and executives on the recruitment of C-suite roles throughout Australia. In addition she has coached many executives to support their job search strategy to achieve job of choice with employer of Choice. She is a member of Queensland Leaders alumni, a Fellow of the Institute of Managers & Leaders (formerly AIM) and an active member of Women on Boards.

    This event is not catered but you are welcome to BYO coffee.

    • 3 Dec 2019
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Institute of Managers and Leaders, Level 16, 40 Creek Street, Brisbane 4000
    • 45

    Business Creativity and Brain Health 

    The best executives are also health practitioners. As leaders, they concern themselves with the health of their business and their own health.

    In the current resource constrained business environment, with an ageing population, the need for good strategy and clever innovation has never been more pressing. Also, with mounting levels of psychological stress, EMF exposure, pollution, obesity and just in time meals, busy executives need ways to ward off dementia risks and keep their brains healthy. John will share:

    • Why traditional group brainstorming is not that creative.
    • New ways to be more creative and capture future value.
    • Risk factors that contribute to dementia, Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s.
    • Four ways to improve brain function and enjoy a successful career with peak health.

    About John 

    John Hale FAIEA is a keynote speaker, author and mentor. John’s work with hundreds of organisations including global technology firms and elite sporting programs, allows him to share value-driven ideas around strategy, leadership, human performance and health. His talks include powerful models, metaphors from his life and narratives from many sources. Many say John’s talks are uplifting, entertaining, memorable and often redefine the future agenda for an industry or business culture.

    This event is not catered but you are welcome to BYO coffee.

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