You can now assess your skills against an international consulting competence framework at assessmyconsulting.com
The assessment allows you to undertake a
self-assessment against the competence framework for management consultants and
ensure alignment to professional standards. The tool highlights potential areas
for professional development.
The assessment is undertaken against an internationally
recognised Consulting Competence Framework for management consultants. The tool
assists users to identify their strengths and weaknesses, develop their skill
sets and broaden their opportunities in the consulting marketplace.
The Institute of Management Consultants New Zealand believes that the CMC qualification remains at the cornerstone of its professional and membership policies.
Management consultants who are members of the Institute have a professional duty to consistently offer skills relevant to their client's needs.
The Member Guidelines for Professional Development are provided as a tool to assist members to build their competence, develop skill sets and broaden their opportunities in the consulting marketplace. In doing so members will create for themselves a competitive advantage over consultants who simply rest on their laurels.
Members are required to plan and record the professional development activities undertaken to keep their skills relevant.
To ensure all IMCNZ members remain at the required level of professional capability.
To provide members with a Professional Development (PD) guideline in line with the ICMCI CMC requirements.
The competencies, by component
For more details on the IMC New Zealand competence framework, choose one of the competencies below:
Value and behaviour competence