Chartered management institute

Understanding Qualifications

Following an interesting conversation in the office about the differences between the qualifications available to managers; we realised that there is a lot of vague information out there and thought it would be useful to provide some specifics and answer some common questions asked around qualifications. Why get a qualification? A qualification sets out what […]

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New Level 7 programme starts Oct 2013

Due to recent demand, we are pleased to launch a new Level 7 Diploma in Strategic Management and Leadership Programme. This 18-month programme will commence late October 2013 and will be delivered near Manchester. What is the Investment? The investment is £1995 + VAT. This excludes CMI fees of £224. How will I Achieve the […]

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The Value of Management and Leadership qualifications

We came across some interesting research which supports the value of management and leadership qualifications; highlighting the impact within an organisation. The Chartered Management Institute adopted a multi-method approach, combining a quantitative survey of 1,185 managers with a series of employer case studies. The report examines managers’ general perceptions of management qualifications and the impact […]

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Want to achieve a management qualification 50% faster?

Adalta are now offering fast track coaching for short qualifications all levels from level 2 (team leader) to level 7 (senior management). This study route is ideal for those managers that prefer an intensive, structured approach to achieve a CMI qualification and wish to minimise the time away from the business. Interestingly our fast-track coaching […]

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Introducing the new Level 5 Qualifications in Business Support

We are pleased to launch the new Chartered Management Institute (CMI) Level 5 qualifications in Business Support. These qualifications are aimed at Advisers that support the SME Market. The core units within these qualifications are focused on developing effective business support relationships with clients, enabling the client to analyse the business and implement change, developing […]

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Coaching for Change

We have always been advocates for coaching and mentoring as a vehicle for people to embrace and support change. The national probation review brings fundamental change to the probation service, and we have worked closely with one of the trusts to help them evolve a coaching culture to help engage their workforce. This is facilitated […]

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How Managers can stay employable amidst the doom and gloom

The CMI latest research report suggests that while 2011 has been a very difficult year for UK managers, 2012 looks set to be equally challenging. Nearly half of UK managers are expecting redundancies in 2012, and over a third of managers feel insecure in their jobs. Managers have grave concerns over their organisations’ people capabilities […]

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The ultimate management badge

Can you believe that there are still only 1000 Chartered Managers in the whole of the UK. We’ve seen a huge increase in managers wanting to invest in their qualifications so that they become more marketable and employable amidst a recession and increased competition for management jobs. As a Chartered Manager is the ultimate mark […]

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Brits pull most sickies in Europe

One in five employees in the UK have admitted that the last time they took a ‘sick day’ was actually for personal reasons rather than because they were ill. In Britain, another one in eight workers took time off to look after another member of their family. The study also showed that half of Britons […]

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People don’t leave jobs, they leave managers

A well worn phrase, which we find ourselves using regularly, but a recent survey by the CMI has again proved it to be true. A staggering 50% of UK workers had left previous employment because of poor management. So what leads to this frightening statistic? Apparently the survey concludes that: 68% of managers had simply […]

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Can management development continue to be an act of faith?

The CMI continually stress the need for a management and leadership revolution to meet the challenges facing Britain. There’s a fundamental need for better recognition of what managers do and how they shape our economy. Research from the Work Organization Research Unit at the University of Bradford worryingly highlights that the typical approach to management […]

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