Professionalising Management: the impact of Chartered Manager (September 2012)

The Chartered Management Institute report, Professionalising Management: the impact of Chartered Manager, surveyed over 400 Chartered Managers and examines how Chartership has benefited them as individuals and the impact on their employers. 

Chartered Manager is ranked by managers as one of the top 3 most effective management development options, with other key findings from the report revealing that:

  • the most widespread benefits of becoming Chartered are increased self awareness (93 per cent) and self confidence (86 per cent). 
  • by making significant savings or performance improvements (68 per cent) or implementing product, service or market innovations (65 per cent), it is calculated that Chartered Managers deliver an average of £362,176 in added value to their organisations.
  • one in three report a promotion/career progression since becoming Chartered. Of those reporting a salary increase, the average value equates to an additional £7,190 income per year.

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Report information

Published: September 2012

Authors: Woodman, P. & Hutchings, P.