During his workshop on June 14, facilitator Michael Lassman, shared a series of best practices to develop a successful social media presence across different channels.
An event highlighting the importance for consultants to develop a good value proposition in order to stand out from the competition and communicate the right message to their target market.
This event, hosted by Women in Management London and SE launched a year-long initiative aimed at encouraging members to upgrade their membership and become Chartered Managers.
At this popular workshop, facilitator Veronika Weisweiller outlined the importance of mentoring and coaching in today’s business environment.
This workshop highlighted the challenge of retaining customers and attracting new ones in an increasingly competitive world. Attendees gained insights into how to establish an effective customer care strategy using relevant methodologies and communication principles.
Burnout is a state of emotional, mental and physical exhaustion caused by excessive and prolonged pressure. As leaders, we need to understand the catalysts and cultures that create burnout and we need to develop effective prevention and recovery strategies.
The ability to lead a team to deliver excellent performance is crucial in today’s fast changing business environment. This is the case regardless of whether you have formal management responsibility or authority over the team, or if you are providing consultancy or advice to a clients’ project board or implementation team.
Marking International Women’s Day, we launched a year-long project encouraging members to focus on progressing their careers. At this event we explored how CMI can assist you to enhance your professional development to meet daily management challenges.
In today’s fast changing environment agility and the ability to make change effectively is a key organisational requirement. Yet most change management initiatives fail and employees are increasing tired of and resistant to organisational changes.
Have you ever thought about how much your appearance, body language and voice impact your professional success? When you meet someone for the first time, you only have a few seconds to make a good impression. This means that, someone’s initial opinion is formulated even before you speak and depends mainly on how you dress and