Board Of Directors Nomination
About CIM | Chartered Managers Canada (The “Association”)
Founded in 1942, CIM | Chartered Managers Canada is the leading professional association in support of Canada’s Chartered Managers through certification, accreditation and professional development. As the voice of Canada’s Chartered Managers, we provide leadership on issues affecting the management profession in Canada, increasing awareness of management as a profession.
As a chartered not-for-profit, the association operates through a Head Office and 14 chapters across Canada, providing management development and certification to over 80,000 managers since its founding.
Association Mission, Vision, And Strategic Objectives
A leading professional association in support of Canada’s Chartered Managers through certification, accreditation and professional development.
To be the voice of Canada’s Chartered Managers.
- We will provide a voice on issues affecting management in Canada.
- We will increase awareness and appreciation for management as a profession.
- We will enhance the value, recognition, and reputation of the management profession through the C.I.M.® and C.Mgr.® professional designations.
- We will work with academic institutions to ensure management education reflects the needs of our core stakeholders.
- We will enhance member skills by providing ongoing flexible professional development opportunities.
Requirements Of Board Members
Directors must be willing and able to devote the time and effort necessary to fully participate in the governance of the association and, through the President and Board Chair, provide oversight of the Chief Executive Officer.
As a volunteer position, this commitment involves preparing for and attending all scheduled board and committee meetings, making time for travel (within and out of province), and virtual and in-person meetings across the country, including the Semi-Annual Board Meeting (SABM) and Annual General Meeting (AGM). The National Board estimates the time spent participating in Board activities as between 5-10 hours per month, depending on the committees you join and the time of year.
The Board of Directors is strong and effective when the following core competencies are represented, and each Director contributes knowledge, experience, and skills in at least three domains:
- Strategy and Strategic Planning
- Executive Experience and Leadership
- Finance and Audit
- Human Resources and Succession Planning
- Governance and Nominations
- Communications and Marketing
- Membership Services and Affinity Programs
- Education, Policy and Academic Accreditation
- Professional Competencies and Registration
- Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability
- Information Technology Strategy
- Stakeholder Relations
- Fundraising and Non-Member Revenue Generation
The association aims to reflect these skills and experiences through an appropriate balance of diversity. Directors must demonstrate high ethical standards and integrity in their personal and professional dealings and must be willing to act, and remain accountable for, their boardroom decisions. Directors should be able to provide knowledgeable and thoughtful counsel on a broad range of issues.
Nominations to the Board of Directors will open in October 2023. Please check back soon to submit your candidacy.
I have read the above and I acknowledge the responsibilities and time commitment expected of becoming a National Board member and would like to continue with my application.
If you would like to contact an existing Board Director regarding their experience serving the Board, please email email@example.com to coordinate a follow-up.