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12 February 2018

People appreciate their membership for many reasons. For some people, it goes beyond simply having letters after their name. They enjoy the chance to give something back; Helping young managers become better leaders; Creating a better society through ‘better led and managed organisations’.

If that description applies to you, then you will enjoy a weekend activity that we are running in Newbury on Saturday 24th of March. It is primarily intended for members who would like to join our growing band of volunteers within the region. You don’t have to decide before you turn up – there is no commitment. If you do decide you would like to help out from time-to- time, it will always be on your terms and doing something that you find rewarding.

Places are limited to ensure that the event stays interactive and friendly. Despite the small number of participants, this will be an excellent opportunity to network – it will include people at all stages of their management careers from student affiliates right through to experienced and senior business leaders.

Subjects to be covered will include:

  • Our Charter, our aims and strategy for promoting them for the benefit of society
  • The structure of the profession and why the CMI is at the core of creating better led and managed organisations
  • The role of the Board in delivering the strategy
  • The structure and influence of the CMI ‘central’ – the staff and executive board
  • Career support available to all members
  • Additional support available to volunteers
  • Current activities, projects and strategic initiatives
  • Your role in the volunteer cadre – a chance to make a difference

The workshop will be run by Richard Byford CMgr FCMI (CMI Chair for Thames Valley region), assisted by several other volunteers.

The workshop starts at 10.30 and will finish about 15.00. A light lunch will be provided. The venue, Newbury College has on-site parking. Dress:Casual