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Killingley Managers Get Chartered

We would like to congratulate Simon Wolstenholme, Surface Dressing Contracts Manager, Tom Graham, Earthworks Contracts Manager & Anthony Roberts, Soft Landscaping contracts Manager on becoming Chartered Managers. Each of them has achieved the highest professional status within management.

 

Ann Francke, CEO at CMI, commented:

“CMI is delighted to award Simon, Tom and Anthony the highest professional status, Chartered Manager. Raising the quality of management skills is essential to the wellbeing and productivity of the British workforce. Unqualified, accidental managers mean that four in ten of us rate our line managers as ineffective. Professionally trained managers improve business performance and operations.”

 

Liz Wiles, Director of Operations at NT Killingley said:

“We are extremely proud of our staff achievements,  attainment of this level confirms the ability of our senior staff and demonstrate to our clients their competency across a wide range of business management areas.   

 

This award has fulfilled personal and company goals and will benefit the whole company and the contracts we undertake."

 

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CMI Chartered Manager Logo Compact Colour

Pictured left to right; Tom Graham, Simon Wolstenholme & Anthony Roberts

The Chartered Manager accreditation is designed to equip managers with the professional capability to drive and lead better organisations. CMI’s 2015 Mapping Management Excellence research revealed Chartered Managers add value to their companies through developing new products or services and improving operational efficiencies, through far higher levels of productivity. As individuals, Chartered Managers gain increased confidence, self-awareness and add an average of £341,443 in value to their employers.

 

To find out more about the CMI, visit: www.managers.org.uk/cmgr