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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. To view your event registrations, click on your name on the top banner and select 'My event registrations.' 

UPCOMING EVENTS

    • 7 Aug 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Institute of Managers and Leaders, Level 16, 40 Creek Street, Brisbane 4000
    • 42
    Register

     Introduction to the new Safe Harbour Legislation

    Amendments to the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) in Sep 2017 resulted in extra protection for company directors from personal liability for trading while insolvent. The “safe harbour” is designed to enable company restructures outside of the formal insolvency process, subject to specific conditions.

    The briefing will provide an introduction to the “safe harbour” covering aspects of the conditions when it can be exercised, best practice and the compliance requirements. A comparison will be provided on the options available to Directors before and after the introduction of the Safe Harbour legislation.

    Our presenter brings years of practical experience in assisting companies in distress and has included working with boards and directors in business restructuring, business turnarounds and voluntary administration. When a business is struggling with growth or in financial distress, a change in thinking and strategy is often required.

    Keith Bailey

    Keith Bailey is a Fellow of the AIEA, Australian Institute of Company Directors, Governance Institute of Australia, Institute of Managers and Leaders and a member of the Turnaround Management Association of Australia. Following 17 years in CEO / GM roles, Keith is an active Board Advisor, Strategy and Change Specialist and has been a positive influencer in over 40 business assignments. Keith constantly learns and adapts to the changing business environment while working and leading in challenging adverse circumstances.

    Keith’s career has progressed from tradesman, engineer, commercial, and general management to Boards and Directorship, and draws from these integrated experiences and disciplines in supporting and developing peers and clients, and mentoring Executives and Directors.

    The event is not catered but you are welcome to BYO coffee

    • 4 Sep 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Institute of Managers and Leaders, Level 16, 40 Creek Street, Brisbane 4000
    • 50
    Register

     Basic Instinct - A leadership conversation that matters

    Every successful business needs three basic instincts…

    - A self-preservation instinct - which asks how am I?
    - An adaptation instinct - which asks where am I? 
    - A connection instinct - which asks who I am with?

    Our potential as human beings is to have equal access to all three instincts from birth, but alas this is not what happens. In early infancy, one instinct starts to dominate.  

    The challenge we face is that we continue to favour one of these three basic instincts. Furthermore, we drive the strongest aspect of our personality through this dominant instinct, often in an unconscious way, which eventually unhinges our effectiveness as leaders. Knowing our dominant instinct allows us to create new space for the other two instincts and helps us reduce myopic vision, raise business health and embrace the diversity necessary for successful and sustainable performance. 

    Join John Hale, Global Conference Speaker and Strategy Expert for an entertaining interactive conversation. John will help you master your understanding of both your dominant instinctual type and the impact your personality style maybe having in the workplace. 

    You will learn:

    • Why Proto-analysis offers us a pathway to conscious leadership development.
    • Which Basic Instinct biases your view of events and how to overcome it.
    • About the Nine Deadly Sins that impact our business and our lives.

    John Hale speaks at conferences, advises on strategy and runs development programs for leaders. He is the founder of Hale Consulting Group - a resource built on twenty-five years of strategy consulting. John is the co-founder of Leadership Intelligence Academy and a Visiting EMBA Professor. He has taught at Singapore Management University, Melbourne Business School and Bond University. He has spoken at the Global Speakers Forum, as a representative of the Professional Speakers Association.

    http://www.halecg.com

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/johnhaleorg

    The event is not catered but you are welcome to BYO coffee

    • 2 Oct 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Institute of Managers and Leaders, Level 16, 40 Creek Street, Brisbane 4000
    • 50
    Register

     How to Price Your Professional Service

    Why profitable pricing is essential
    What gets in the way
    Positioning YOU as the authority/expert
    How to have pricing conversation with prospects that will improve success
    Understanding the difference between the SME, Government and Corporate Markets.

    Bryan Worn is a mentor, coach, author and speaker whose outcomes-focused approach allows business owners and leaders to transform their lives and greatly improve the performance and profitability of their business.

    He started his working life as a Chartered Accountant more than 40 years ago, and has owned and operated many businesses across a diverse range of industries and professions, including retail, wholesale, manufacturing, property and hospitality, accounting and financial planning.

    Bryan’s strength lies in his understanding of the issues that business owners face and the way those issues affect all facets of their lives. This strength positions him to inspire business people to achieve all that’s possible.

    The event is not catered but you are welcome to BYO coffee

    • 6 Nov 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Institute of Managers and Leaders, Level 16, 40 Creek Street, Brisbane 4000
    • 50
    Register

    How to navigate your way from Startup to Success

    In this talk, focused for business owners, Jeremy discusses how to build a business properly and focuses on three key areas: Why it is important to build your foundations before you build up. How to master relationships with consultants. How to take decisive action to help your business.

    Jeremy Streten is an entertaining, dynamic and knowledgeable speaker that never fails to deliver. His experience in building his own business as well as advising thousands of business owners means that Jeremy is not your typical lawyer, delivering energetic presentations that keep audiences engaged.

    Well aware of how brutal it is to sit in an audience, listening to some ‘expert’ waffle on, as they prance around the stage, Jeremy makes sure to keep things entertaining and interactive, by keeping all of his presentations up-to-date and engaging with the attendees directly. In all of his talks Jeremy uses details of real life client situations and events to illustrate the need for the proper legal advice that is so sorely lacking in the business world. 

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


    • 4 Dec 2018
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Institute of Managers and Leaders, Level 16, 40 Creek Street, Brisbane 4000
    • 50
    Register

     Organisational Lifecycles - why organisations grow, age and die, and what you can do about it’.

    This is a date-claimer. More information will be coming soon.

    The event is not catered but you are welcome to BYO coffee

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