Events

Summary of IMC Events - 2017
from 1 Jan 2017
to 30 Dec 2017
IMC Consultant Mentoring Service (monthly meeting by appointment)
from 1 Jan 2017
to 30 Dec 2017
IMC Auckland - Ethical Behaviour for Management Consultants
21 March 2017
IMC Auckland - From Consultant to CEO - Life After Consultancy
17 May 2017
IMC Auckland - Ethical Behaviour for Management Consultants

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

IMC invites you to join us to hear Kevin Schwenker, FCMC,
National Trainer, CMC-Canada
Principal, Schwenker & Associates

Professional development hours: 1.5

Time: 5.15 for a 5.30 pm start (finishes 7.00 pm)

RSVP: info@imcnz.org your attendance (or non-attendance) by Friday 17 March so that we can cater accordingly. (Drinks and nibbles supplied)

Cost - $5 per attendee to cover catering costs (exact change is appreciated).
Numbers strictly limited - book now to avoid disappointment
(Payment can also be made by internet banking to 010161-0059855-00)


Speaker Kevin brings over 30 years and on-going practice experience to his role as a National Trainer for CMC-Canada. Kevin trains and delivers professional development workshops to audiences of management consultants in Canada, the United States and around the world.

He led the team that wrote Management Consulting – An Introduction to the Methodologies, Tools & Techniques of the Profession (part of the profession’s Common Body of Knowledge) and was recognized for his extraordinary leadership and contributions to the profession with the CMC-Canada Golden Jubilee Award in 2013.
For years Kevin has run coaching sessions for those pursuing the CMC designation in Canada and his courses have been a “must attend” for those seeking the designation. He also teaches practical advanced MBA courses in the Sobey School of Business, Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Kevin became a CMC in 1991 and was awarded his Fellow CMC in 1999. He was certified as a Registered Organizational Excellence Specialist in 2015. In December 2016, Corporate Vision Magazine (UK) named Schwenker & Associates the Top HR Performance Improvement Consultancy in Canada.


Topic: Ethical Behaviour for Management Consultants

As professional management consultants, we are bound by a Code of Professional Conduct which spells out our obligations to act in an ethical manner above and beyond the strict application of law. To gain the trust of our clients, we may have to work harder because of the era in which we live; where ethical breaches in all levels of politics, government and business have put us at risk of being considered of the same ilk. However, we have the Code - and our ability to operate above ethical reproach is essential to our success. After this one hour interactive presentation you will:

 Have a strengthened understanding of why ethics are so important for Management Consultants at this time;
 Gain some new insights into your responsibilities under the IMC NZ Code of Professional Conduct; and
 Be able to apply a checklist of actions and apply the Code to deal with ethical decisions you may face.

Also please sign up for one of Kevin’s workshops being co-ordinated by IMCNZ


WELLINGTON
DATE: 15th, 16th and 17th March 2017
VENUE: University of Otago Wellington Conference Centre
REGISTER: Please cut and paste this into your browser for more information and/or to register for the Wellington Course. https://fundamentals-of-mangement-consulting-wellington-nz.eventbrite.ca/

AUCKLAND
DATE: 20th, 21st and 22nd March 2017
VENUE: CDL Insight Consulting, Grafton
REGISTER: Please cut and paste this into your browser for more information and/or to register for the Auckland Course https://fundamentals-of-management-consulting-auckland-nz.eventbrite.ca



Where: Offices of CDL Insight are above the Grafton Cafe on 81 Grafton Road and opposite the hospital

Parking: There is paid parking as shown on the map which will be provided to those who RSVP.



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