Grayce partners with the Chartered Management Institute
Grayce are delighted to announce that they have partnered with the Chartered Management Institute (CMI), and have been officially recognised for successfully designing a prestigious Leadership and Management programme.
Grayce’s focus is on delivering change and transformation and developing leaders of the future. They are constantly looking for ways to innovate and enrich their proposition for clients, discovering and continuously developing high-calibre talent in the change, tech and data spaces. The launch of their 4-year leadership and management programme is designed to give participants the skills, knowledge and competencies needed to become an effective leader and drive organisational success.
Michelle Jarvis, Relationship Manager at CMI commented: “The hard work, dedication and determination from Shelley Perry in the creation of this programme is a testament to the value Grayce put on their people. The alignment of the programme with the Chartered Management Institute’s Professional Standards, shows that the programme both aligns and embeds the skills, knowledge and behaviours required by today’s managers and tomorrow’s leaders.”
Grayce works with organisations nationwide to help them build sustainable talent pipelines in change and transformation, data analysis and tech. By focusing on continuous learning, building capability and living their values, Grayce are actively supporting to develop the leaders of the future.
Gemma Collins, Director of Performance and Development at Grayce, said: “We are proud to have gained this recognition and certification for our Leadership & Management programme and thrilled to have received recognition for our efforts. This accomplishment showcases our organisation’s commitment to investing the leaders of tomorrow, today and fostering a culture of continuous learning and growth. It is an overall testament to our commitment to professional development and our dedication to nurturing effective leaders within our organisation.”