Articles from Chartered Management Institute (CMI)

Professor Bob Cryan CBE appointed to lead CMI Board of Companions

Bob Cryan, Vice Chancellor and Chief Executive of the University of Huddersfield, announced as new Chair of the CMI Board of Companions

Bruce Carnegie-Brown named new CMI president

Bruce Carnegie-Brown has been appointed the new president of the Chartered Management Institute. Carnegie-Brown will formally take over from outgoing president Mike Clasper at the professional body’s AGM today [21 Sept].

Future Chartered Managers Celebrated in Parliament

In an uncertain world, effective managers and leaders will be needed more than ever. Today’s Chartered Manager degree apprentices will be tomorrow’s senior civil servants, business leaders and key influencers.

A-Level students from disadvantaged backgrounds risk missing out on ‘free’ degree apprenticeships

Management Apprenticeship Funding Cuts Threaten UK Productivity

Following the Government's announcement yesterday (6 Dec) cuts of up to 20% to the funding for a number of management apprenticeships, including the Chartered Manager Degree Apprenticeship (CMDA), Rob Wall, Head of Policy, CMI says:

We need to crack the glass pyramid to get more women on executive boards

June 27th saw the midway report of the government-backed Hampton-Alexander Review, which revealed stuttering progress towards the target of achieving 33% representation of women on FTSE 350 executive boards by 2020.

5 ways employers can support the mental health of their managers

Happy and healthy employees are the most effective employees, so every employer should take mental health seriously. That doesn’t just mean providing gym memberships, stress management classes or fresh fruit in the office, as good as those may be. Instead, they should start by looking at the quality of line management in the organisation, because that’s what has the biggest impact on most people’s daily working lives.

3 in 5 parents in England have still not heard of #TLevels

Time running out for T Levels, claims new CMI research  A new survey commissioned by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) shows that 3 in 5 parents in England have still not heard of T Levels   With only one year to go until the first T Levels are rolled out in England, a survey of parents of 11-18 year olds commissioned by CMI shows that around 3 in 5 parents (57%) have still not heard of T Levels and only 1 in 10 (11%) feel they know a lot about them.

CMI to offer management and leadership skills

In a bid to tackle the growing skills gap, the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) is now offering management and leadership skills to better equip school graduates.

Work experience key to employment, say parents

A recent survey commissioned by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) shows that 3 in 4 parents think qualifications that combine work experience and study are the best way to prepare young people for the workplace  

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