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Would you be willing to inspire and mentor a young female manager?

The Chartered Management Institute (CMI) is calling for managers to get behind a campaign to inspire more young people about their careers and raise aspiration, especially among young female managers. It comes as a new white paper warns that many women can’t see examples of successful women in top management jobs – leaving them uninspired…

Managers lack empathy and fail to consider the consequences of their decisions

Too many managers are robotically following rules rather than making decisions with their hearts and minds, according to new research published today by CMI (the Chartered Management Institute) and MoralDNA™. It warns that workplace cultures dominated by rules, bureaucracy and targets mean that managers are switching off their sense of care for others. The report, Managers…

The main people who currently inspire British workers are either dead or approaching retirement, from foreign shores and almost exclusively male according to a new study into role models launched today. The research, conducted with 1,700 workers by CMI (Chartered Management Institute) has prompted calls for a new generation of younger, home-grown and female role…

Managers predict much closer monitoring of staff

Management needs a makeover if new year optimism is to be converted into long-term growth, warns CMI (the Chartered Management Institute) today as new research highlights that many managers lack the expertise needed to steer their organisations to success. CMI’s survey of 750 of the UK’s top leaders identifies where managers will need to excel…

A third of all health sector managers labelled ´ineffective´ by staff

One in three managers working in health and social care (38%) are considered ineffective by their staff, according to a new report looking at the state of management and leadership in the sector from CMI (Chartered Management Institute). The research reveals particular problems at senior management levels, where the number of ineffective managers rises to…

Too many managers cut costs rather than promote growth

MPs and business leaders will be putting managers and leaders under the spotlight with the launch of a new cross-party Parliamentary Commission. The Commission, led by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Management (APPGM) and the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), will explore why too many managers end up cutting costs, rather than promoting growth and employment.…

For the first time since the coalition came to power, positivity among managers regarding their organisation’s prospects has tipped over the 50% mark. While 2012 has been a more difficult year for businesses than many envisaged, with uncertainty likely to continue into 2013, new research from the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) reveals that managers are,…

CMI providing free access to resources to help UK HR Managers

In response to research released earlier this year which highlighted that nearly half of UK managers ‘are ineffective’, the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) – the UK’s only Chartered professional management body- is offering employers the chance to use their FREE online Management Dynamic tool at www.managers.org.uk/managementdynamic The tool will enable them to identify their organisation’s…