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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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    • 20 Nov 2019
    • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
    • The Garden Room -- 1 Parkland Boulevard, Brisbane QLD 4000
    • 0
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    AIEA Maven Lunch

    Mal Walker FAIEA will host an Advisory Group lunch where the future directions of AIEA will be examined and set.

    The attendees of this periodic meeting are senior members (CAIEA and FAIEA) only. The purpose is to examine the workings and offerings of AIEA from a member's perspective and to create policy for the provision of services to the AIEA membership.

    To achieve an effective working environment, the attendance will be limited to the first six bookings.

    A working paper will be circulated to the attendees prior to the lunch.

    You may order whatever you want for lunch. The cost of the food and drink is subsidised by AIEA. https://gardenroom.com.au/menu/ 

    The Garden Room (1 Parkland Boulevard) is in Roma Street Parkland and is easy to find on Google Maps. Directions are:

    • Car access to Parkland Boulevard is at the junction of Gregory Terrace & Wickham Terrace or from Roma St, next to the Hotel Jen (currently being demolished for the Cross-River Rail project).

    • Metered car parking on weekdays is usually plentiful in Parkland Boulevard and there is also a public car park in Parkland Crescent.

    • It is about a 50m walk from the Roma St Transit Centre; if you are coming by train or bus – take the rear exit via Platform 10, then cross the street and the Café is at the top of the escalator.


    • 25 Nov 2019
    • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
    • S12 / 150 Wembley Rd, Logan Central QLD 4114
    • 35

    How to Create a Problem Solving Culture

    Ever since its inception, businesses and industries has been successfully adapting itself to the many changes. Often in all businesses the initial years are focussed on the build phase of the enterprise. Then comes the challenge when you need to scale the business to be able to satisfy the demands of customer, the shareholders, the suppliers and the employees.

    Julie will provide an overview of modern and proven problem-solving principles that will give you the tools and the confidence to stay true to your business objectives. Her concepts will enhance your leadership where youthful enthusiasm for the next great thing in enterprise excellence can actually be a distraction from your core business objectives – she will help set you on the path to ensure your business is a self-healing business – where the dependence and reliance on expensive consultancy firms and experts becomes a thing of the past.   Julie believes that to truly become a problem-solving organisation is when the teams themselves without support from outside their teams resolve the majority of business problems. This again will not be possible without empowering each of your employees with the right skills, tools, methods and disciplines to become problem solvers themselves.

    Julie Dimmick is an exceptional businesswoman. Throughout her career, she has demonstrated broad-based and visionary thinking with a natural and innate capability to bring transformation, improvements and innovation to successful business outcomes.

    From a career in Telecommunications where she found herself playing an important role in the start up of the Nbn to running a large scale renewable energy company, Julie is a trailblazer who is now tackling the effects of climate change and corporations commitment to Global Social Responsibility.

    Julie is defined by her industry peers as the number one problem-solver because she can look at any situation, sum up all the parts and build a successful and more importantly sustainable and scalable outcome whilst keeping an eye on the environment. She is a strong advocate for understanding the key business function of digitization and social responsibility and the role it plays in organizational success.

    In recent years Julie has worked successfully for businesses in the Renewable Energy, Pharmaceutical, Electrical, Telecommunications, Sustainability, Manufacturing, Construction and more...

    The workshop will commence at 11am sharp. A light lunch will be served at 12:15pm and the networking will begin at this time. Julie recommends that you bring along a notepad and your business cards.  It is also worthy to come with a colleague or a friend.  This is a practical workshop that has an element of learning, doing and sharing.

    The event is located at


    Logan City Council Training Rooms.

    150 Wembley Rd, Logan Central QLD

    • 3 Dec 2019
    • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM
    • Institute of Managers and Leaders, Level 16, 40 Creek Street, Brisbane 4000
    • 29

    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.

    • 10 Dec 2019
    • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM (UTC+11:00)
    • Union, University & Schools Club of Sydney (UUSC) 25 Bent Street, Sydney NSW 2000
    • 78

    December “Drinks After Five” 

    You are invited to a “Drinks After Five” get together at the Union University and Schools Club located at 25 Bent Street, Sydney NSW 2000. This will be a social and networking event with no formalities and no guest speaker, so mingling is the order of the day. It is a chance to socialise with other members and guests and to do some serious networking.

    Canapes, Beer, soft drinks and juice will be provided together with red and white wine from the Club’s specially selected house wine collection. If the weather is fine, the event will be held on the Club’s terrace. Otherwise, it will be held in the Library.

    Once again, you are reminded of the Club’s dress code which requires gentlemen to wear a coat and tie. Sports coats and tailored trousers are acceptable. For the ladies, suitable business attire is acceptable. Unfortunately, denim is not acceptable for either men or women.

    An invitation has been extended to those people who have been guest speakers this year, being Barry Anderson, Felicity Davidson, Ivan Oshry, Mark Toohey and our November guest speaker, Joan MacDougal. It will be a great opportunity to catch up with our guests again.

    UUSC is located at 25 Bent Street, Sydney 2000.

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