‘Equal choices’ and ‘equality for all’ were highlighted by university students, academics and employers at a management and leadership event for International Women’s Day 2018.
CMI Southern Board Chair Suzanne Anderson writes about her experience as a CMI mentee.
After having considered the number of management books that I read and sometimes just buy with every intention of reading, this year, I decided to attend the CMI’s Management Book of the Year in the British Library for the first time...
CMI’s new research on 21st Century Leaders identified what employers want from new managers. The findings and case studies show significant growth in the skill level of graduates since the last research in 2013.
Gender diversity is the theme of the latest CMI Women campaign launched on 26 January 2018. It follows the latest CMI research into Gender Inequalities and the Gender Pay Gap.
If you’re anything like me, your New Year’s Resolutions have already fallen by the wayside - Suzanne Anderson CMgr CCMI - Chair, Southern Region
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You’ve worked hard to become the ‘go to’ person for advice, guidance, opinion and decision-making in your organisation.
As technology, artificial intelligence, robotics become much more prevalent and digital transformation removes a lot of low level or entry level roles, how will individuals acquire the knowledge and skills to take on more senior or experienced roles?