They also report that one of the benefits of achieving the award was to think bigger and to push their boundaries. For civil engineers, managing people and projects is one of the most important parts of the job. So how does becoming a Chartered Manager give you that extra confidence?
Chartered Managers have greater confidence
Chartered Manager is the highest status that can be achieved in the management profession. Awarded only by Chartered Management Institute (CMI), it's recognised and valued across all sectors. Chartered Managers' satisfaction with the accreditation is remarkably high – giving a net promoter score of +67 (Mapping Management Excellence, March 2015).
- 92% also report greater self-awareness
- 90% have improved self-confidence
- 92% use Chartered Manager to showcase their continual learning and growth.
These findings come from a CMI survey of 535 managers working in large and small businesses, and the public sector and not-for-profit organisations.
Ann Francke, chief executive of CMI, says that ‘all managers should now view Chartered status as being essential to their career development and progress. Employers should also look to professionalise their management to boost performance. The benefits to both are now too great to ignore.’
Take the time to listen to the journeys of other Chartered Managers
Start your journey to become a Chartered Manager
ICE members have a dedicated route to becoming a Chartered Manager and receive reduced professional fees, giving access to a host of professional and personal benefits.
Join our Chartered Manager webinar on 9 December at 12.30pm, hosted jointly with CMI, where we will explain this opportunity further. You’ll hear how Chartered Manager status has benefited other ICE members; how it could benefit you and your employer and learn what to do next to take advantage of the scheme.
Find out more about becoming a Chartered Manager