The goal of Ethical Behaviour: Best Practices of Management Consultants is to acquaint consultants with the challenges associated with maintaining professional standards and best practices in the profession. While the course is primarily directed at management consultants, the material is applicable to those offering advisory services in other genres, including accounting, technology, and human resources.
In an interactive setting, participants explore how to avoid, and resolve, ethical dilemmas frequently faced by consultants.
This is a blended course that has three components: a self-paced online module, a 3hr live virtual classroom session and an online exam. In order to participate fully in the Zoom online class, you will need a reliable internet connection, a working webcam and a computer microphone,
Date: Tuesday, October 5, 2021
Time: 2pm - 5:30pm ET
Cost: Member $495/Non-Members $975
Deadline to Register: Monday, September 27, 2021
Date: Tuesday, October 26, 2021
Time: 2pm - 5:30pm ET
Cost: Member $495/Non-Members $975
Deadline to Register: Monday, October 18, 2021
Dynamic and interactive, The Essentials of Management Consulting (EMC) is valuable to management consultants wanting to deliver superior value to their clients, to anyone who is considering becoming a management consultant, to those looking to fine-tune or supplement their management consulting toolkit and skills, and to any member who is pursuing the Certified Management Consultant (CMC) designation.
The Essentials of Management Consulting is a blended course and is offered online. The course has 2 components: a self-paced online module to be completed first and then 6 live virtual classroom sessions. The virtual classroom component is 6 weeks in length. Each virtual classroom is 3hrs in length, however budget additional time each week to complete the assignments and group work.
Please note that you must attend at least 5 of the 6 classes to successfully complete the class and receive credit toward your designation.
Course length: 18hrs live, in (virtual) class, 1hr online module pre-work
Date: Tuesdays, November 9 through December 14, 2021
Time: 2pm - 5:00pm ET
Cost: Member $1485/Non-Members $2685
Deadline to Register: Monday, November 1, 2021
As a professional management consultant, I am passionate about assisting clients to achieve success in their ventures and initiatives through client-centred and client-oriented management consulting. Committed to long-term partnerships with my clients, I develop trust from the start of the engagement. I take the time to identify the root cause of the problem and use my strong analytical skills to achieve results. I work towards integrated, responsive business solutions. I create value-added relationships with clients based on quality and excellence. I help clients succeed. I am adaptable, flexible and have an acute curiosity and eagerness to learn about new organizational cultures. Clients have described me as a caring, understanding, objective, results-oriented individual who works with them to provide practical solutions. I am dedicated to providing excellent value to clients, relying on extensive experience, efficient delivery and a tailored approach to meeting each client's unique needs. I focus on providing high quality analysis, practical advice and fresh perspective. I offer customized training and bottom-line success proven results.
Favourite thing about being a CMC?: The ability to help clients with their opportunities and challenges and learning from them and assignments to improve the depth and breadth of my understanding.
“When I was 6, my dream job was”: Fashion Designer.
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Mr. Murray Kronick has over 30 years of experience in management consulting, and is a Subject Matter Expert in Performance Management. Murray’s approach is client-focused, forward-thinking and results-oriented, particularly on business and technology-based initiatives.
Murray has contributed to the business objectives of a wide variety of public- and private-sector clients in both Canada and the United States. He has been involved in many project domains such as strategic planning, business case preparation, outcomes planning, performance measurement, portfolio optimization, investment governance, business process reengineering and change management.
Murray is the Past President of the non-profit volunteer-run Performance and Planning Exchange (PPX) and a current member of the Board of the Directors and of the Annual Symposium Committee, supporting best practices in Results-Based Management.
Murray is a Certified Management Consultant (CMC), Fellow Certified Management Consultant (FCMC), as well as the Founding President of the Eastern Ontario Chapter of the Canadian Association of Management Consultants. He has been the Lead Instructor for both the Essentials of Management Consulting and Ethical Behaviour for Management Consultants courses on behalf of CMC-Canada since 2009. He also teaches Management Consulting at the MBA level at the Telfer School of Management at the University of Ottawa.
Favourite thing about being a CMC?: The variety of organizations that I work with and the help that I provide to the people who are passionate about the mission and vision of their organizations. Seeing them change for the better as a result of my management consulting intervention is extremely rewarding.
“If I wasn’t a management consultant, I’d be”: If I wasn’t a management consultant, I’d be an executive in a technology firm, bringing new ideas and innovations to life and into the hands of businesses and consumers.
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Raoul Ménès is the Founder and Managing Director of the Ménès Consulting Group, LLC (www.menescg.com), a management consultancy focused on Internal Audit (IA), Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC), Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) and Corporate Training.
He possesses over 25 years’ experience in optimizing internal audit activities and managing critical business risks. He has strong risk-based assessment experience and thorough knowledge in audit, governance, compliance and accounting. He has deep expertise in fraud risk assessment, interview and interrogation, fraud detection, investigation and employee theft examinations.
He is a multilingual Fellow Chartered Professional Accountant (FCPA), Fellow Certified Management Accountant (FCMA), Fellow Certified Management Consultant (FCMC), Certified Internal Auditor (CIA), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional – International (CCEP-I) and a Chartered Administrator (C.Adm.) He also holds a Master in Business Administration (MBA) and a Baccalaureate in Management Accounting.
Likewise, he holds the Certification in Risk Management Assurance (CRMA) and Control Self-Assessment (CCSA) from the Institute of Internal Auditors (IIA).
Favourite thing about being a CMC? (up to 50words): Assisting clients in maximizing their value
"My dream job when I was 6yrs old was”: Professional Hockey Player… for the Montréal Canadiens! Go Habs Go!
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Judy is an experienced Consultant and Executive Coach, CEO, Board Director, public speaker and University Instructor, In 25 plus years, she has successfully led and supported numerous organizations in advancing their goals and maximizing the potential of leaders and their teams. She is known for her engaging and interactive presenting style.
Judy previously led a strategy and governance practice at MNP. Currently, she the President of her own consulting practice - Murphy's Executive Leadership. Judy has also held leadership positions in a number of organizations, most recently as President & CEO of Safety Services Manitoba, a safety training and consulting company. In previous years, she served in a number of executive leadership positions successfully facilitating and advancing the visions of these organizations.
Judy is a graduate of the University of Manitoba. She currently teaches Organizational Behaviour at the University of Winnipeg and has taught Board Governance for Asper Executive Education.
Judy has also taken on leadership roles in a number of boards as Chair of both the Winnipeg and Manitoba Chambers of Commerce and as the Chair of the Governance Committee at the Manitoba Cardiac Institute (Reh-Fit Centre). She also serves as a member of the Quality and Vigilance Committee for St. Boniface Hospital. She has served as Vice-Chair of the Crown Corporations Council, Chair of Finance and Audit at the Manitoba Centennial Centre Corporation and Chair of the Leisure and Cultural Tourism Committee for Travel Manitoba.
A seasoned Management Consultant, Trainer and Practitioner in the fields of Strategic Management, Implementation Management, Corporate Transformations, Change Management and Project & Program Management. The Founder and President of FORTE Management Consulting Inc., a Management Consulting and Training firm based in Toronto. Prior to that, was a Principal Consultant in the Corporate and Operations Strategy Group with PricewaterhouseCoopers Consulting in Toronto.
Implemented projects and business transformations in a number of industries across engineering and business functional areas. Initiated and managed to completion projects in systems implementation, organisational restructuring, maintenance best practices and benchmarking, organisational design, product launches, quality management, aircraft heavy maintenance, and power generation equipment overhauls.
Designed, developed, and facilitates courses in Strategic Management; Project Management; Change Management; Leadership; Creativity & Innovation; and Communications. Currently teaches at the University of Toronto - School of Continuing Studies (SCS), and other academic institutions on a part-time basis. A regular keynote speaker at events for the PMI and other professional associations in Canada and elsewhere.
Involved with the Canadian Association of Management Consultants (CMC-Canada), was the Chair of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) Chapter Council and was member of a number of Committees at the Association over several years.
Favourite thing about being a CMC?: Being a CMC allows me to be on top of business and management developments, which would keep me intellectually stimulated, and that’s the knowledge dimension. Then there’s the interpersonal dimension, where I would work with my clients to share my knowledge and experience to help them reach their business objectives.
“If I wasn’t a management consultant, I’d be”: A Management Consultant!
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Favourite thing about being a CMC?: I enjoy the connection to an international community of practitioners where we can work to ensure management consulting remains a highly trusted and respected profession.
“If I wasn’t a management consultant, I’d be”/ OR “my dream job when I was 6yrs old was”: I would likely have become a lawyer as I enjoy law. I have a passion for fitness and am pursuing my certified personal trainer designation currently.