Emily Smith

Thousands of UK managers at all levels and across all sectors have achieved Chartered Manager.

This month, Emily Smith CMgr MCMI, Programme Manager at Institute of Food Research, talks about why she became Chartered, how it's benefited her career and how it's helped to boost her organisation's performance.

Why Chartered Managers are good for business

Chartered Manager is the highest status that can be achieved in the management profession. Awarded only by CMI, it's recognised and valued across all sectors. Chartered Managers' satisfaction with the accreditation is remarkably high - giving a net promoter score of +67 (CMI, March 2015).


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Chartered Manager Report 2015

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Sunny Dhadley Success Story

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Michael Brearey Success Story

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