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Australian Institute of Management Education and Training
  • Awarded by
    Australian Institute of Management Education and Training (RTO 0049)
  • Qualification
    Short Course
  • Study Mode
    Workplace
    Classroom
  • Duration
    2 Days
  • Payment Option
    Payment planUpfront payment
  • Duration
    2 Days
  • Start Date
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  • Location
    NSW | QLD | SA | VIC | ACT

overviewCourse Overview

This Executive Impact program by Australian Institute of Management Education and Training can be delivered in a standard format or tailored for in-house delivery to meet particular organisational circumstances. We recommend the program be delivered away from the workplace where possible, to ensure participants are able to focus on the program content and professional development.

Dianne van Meegen has worked extensively with CEO’s and senior executives involving the full range of conversations at work: from mediation of tough
conversations between individuals in tension and conflict, through to partnering with agencies in facilitating large forums.

She has also coached extensively in the areas of personal effectiveness and presentation and representational skills. In these, and other top team situations, many
executives seek support and encouragement in developing their ability to say what they mean, be heard as credible and have an impact.

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What you'll learnWhat You'll Learn

In this Executive Impact course, the subjects you may study include:

  • Building consciousness of your approaches to conversations and representational work, and how these influence the outcomes achieved, your gravitas and effectiveness in executive settings.
  • Examining what’s required in the range of challenging representational situations in which executives are required to be effective and influential, from one-on-one tough conversations and telling the boss bad news to leading large groups in change.
  • Thinking styles – what are your thinking strengths and what tools should you use to develop your areas of weakness.
  • Providing some conversational and representational frameworks for achieving results in working in change and other challenging situations.
  • Developing strategies to continue to build effectiveness, presence and influence.

Why study withWhy Study With Australian Institute of Management Education and Training

AIM provides students with practical qualifications that certify their skills and advances their careers. Each qualification is delivered through a blend of practical exercises and evaluative tools, and with no exams to study for; students can focus on completing assessments that have real world application. With the choice to study online or on campus, studying with AIM means you can maintain your work-life balance while building your future career.

Australian Institute of Management Education and Training Pty Limited (ABN 40 009 668 553); RTO code 0049 (AIMET); level 21, 580 George St, Sydney, NSW, 2000, an approved FEE-HELP and VET FEE-HELP provider. AIMET is a registered Higher Education Provider listed on the national register, Provider ID: PRV12071. AIMET uses the brand name AIM with permission from the Australian Institute of Management (ABN 56 004 525 017).

AIM (RTO 0049) prides itself on delivering holistic, comprehensive qualifications, that helps you fast-track your career whilst gaining official certification of your skills. Whether you prefer online learning or face-to-face classes, AIM offers both options.

The online virtual campus, MyAIM allows students to work through the online modules at their own pace, connect with other students and receive online learning support from AIM’s Student Support and Coaching Services teams.

Where will it lead meWhere Will It Lead Me?

Upon successful completion of this Executive Impact course from Australian Institute of Management Education and Training you'll be able to:

  • Build consciousness of your approaches to conversations and representational work, and how these influence the outcomes achieved, your gravitas and effectiveness in executive settings.
  • Examine what’s required in the range of challenging representational situations in which executives are required to be effective and influential, from one-on-one tough conversations and telling the boss bad news to leading large groups in change.
  • Thinking styles – what are your thinking strengths and what tools should you use to develop your areas of weakness.
  • Provide some conversational and representational frameworks for achieving results in working in change and other challenging situations.
  • Develop strategies to continue to build effectiveness, presence and influence.

How much will it costHow Much Will It Cost?

We require full payment to be made upfront prior to attending the training. Payment options we offer include:

  • Credit Card (Visa/MasterCard/Amex)
  • Direct Deposit (EFT)
  • Purchase Order - If you need to raise an internal purchase order please advise. Your space on the course is not secured until you have provided us with an official Purchase Order with all relevant details completed.
  • Zip Money - If you would like to spread the cost of your training out our finance partner Zip Money can offer you a line of credit with 6 months interest-free and flexible weekly, fortnightly or monthly payment options.

Pre-requisitesWhat You'll Need To Get In

This Executive Impact workshop for EL1 & 2 and SES managers addresses areas which make the difference between being ‘just’ present or being seen as a serious player in top team conversations. It will also be useful for those whose voice is sometimes over-exposed in executive meetings.

Campus locationsCampus Location

Campus locations

This course can be delivered on campus to provide you with practical training in a face-to-face learning environment. It is available to study at the following locations:

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