There is currently an exciting opportunity for CMI/IC/CMI Women members who wish to build their board-level experience in an executive role and help develop the CMI in the London and South East Region.
Do you wish to contribute to your professional network as well as gain personal development opportunities? Open to both Management / Business Students and Professionals
We started the discussion by thinking about our own individual leadership styles before looking at a study from 1998 by the Hay Group around the effectiveness of the different leadership styles.
On June 14th, we had a packed house to talk about employee engagement. As engagement is a difficult to understand term, due to the lack of specific definitions, it can be difficult to pinpoint activities that could improve engagement in your own company.
On Tuesday, May 30th the British Computer Society was host for a joint event with the Institute of Consulting and the Chartered Management Institute. Tom Flatau of Teamworking International gave an insightful presentation into the neuroscience of negotiation in his presentation entitled, “Black Belt Negotiator”.
How do we develop leaders for the future?
Is leadership development changing?
What are the emerging approaches?
If you didn't manage to make it along to May’s London Peer Learning Group event, on-the-night facilitator and regular attendee Adrian Gregory has provided a summary.
The CMI is delighted to announce the expansion of its Student Ambassador network with the appointment of five Student Ambassadors at the London College of Fashion.
The CMI Women in Leadership event was coordinated and arranged by BPP CMI Ambassadors: Martin Marafko, Diana Vergara, Max Kaiser.