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The Institute of Certified Management Consultants of Manitoba (ICMCM or CMC-Manitoba) fosters excellence and integrity in the management consulting profession. Under The Institute of Certified Management Consultants of Manitoba Act (CCSM c C47), the Institute confers the Certified Management Consultant (CMC) designation upon those members who have completed the prescribed requirements to demonstrate their competence in management consulting. Recipients of the CMC designation also make a continuing commitment to adhere to high ethical and professional standards. CMC-Manitoba works closely with CMC-Canada to advocate for the CMC designation, to advance the profession, and to benefit the client community.

CMC-Manitoba, through its affiliations with CMC-Canada is also affiliated with the International Council of Management Consulting Institutes (ICMCI). The CMC designation is recognized throughout the world through the work of the ICMCI, CAMC and its other affiliated organizations.

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  • Call for nominations for 2018/19 Council

    The Nominating Committee of the Institute of Certified Management Consultants of Manitoba invites nominations for positions on the 2018-2019 Council. Regular members, Life Members, Fellows, and Non-Practicing Members are eligible to submit nominations and to stand for nomination. Members of the Nominating Committee are not eligible for nomination. Nominations may be made for the following positions: ·President ·Vice-President ·Secretary ·Treasurer ·Registrar ·Councillor at-large (up to four positions) For a brief description of the roles and responsibilities of Councillors, please refer to sections 10 and 11 of The Constitution and Bylaws of the Manitoba Institute. Nominations require the consent of the nominee and must include a brief biography of the nominee (maximum of 150 words). Self-nominations will be accepted. In accordance with the Rules and Regulations of the Institute, section 1.c) iv), each nomination must be signed by the nominee and by five nominators who are Members. The Nominating Committee will accept emails from the nominee and nominators in place of signatures provided that the identity of the sender is clear and the authenticity of the email communication is satisfactory to the Nominating Committee. Nominations must be received by 5 PM Central Daylight Savings Time on Friday, April 27, 2018 and submitted electronically to pastpresident@cmc-manitoba.ca. Questions may be addressed to the same email address. Should an election be required, it will be conducted at the Annual General Meeting in accordance with section 8 of the By-laws of the Institute and with section 1.c) viii) of the Rules and Regulations. Each Member in attendance at the Annual General Meeting shall be entitled to one vote. Proxy voting shall not be permitted.

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