Stone Mountain, GA (PRWEB) March 23, 2010
The Georgia chapter of the Institute of Management Consultants has elected Manola Robison as its Chair. Robison will be responsible for the Georgia Chapter's vision to promote excellence and ethics in management consulting through certification, education and professional resources.
Manola Robison, CMC is CEO of Robison Management Consulting; a firm that helps business streamline their operations to improve profitability. She has been involved in the Institute of Management Consultants since 1997, which includes serving as President of the IMC Atlanta Chapter in 2008. Visit http://www.manola.com for more information.
“As an active member of the IMC, I'm honored to be elected as the Georgia Chapter Chair," said Robison. “The IMC offers a variety of ways to share best practices and learn from other members. My goal is to help other consultants leverage all that the IMC offers. Our chapter continues to set the standard for excellence and ethics for the management consulting profession.”
As the IMC Georgia Chapter’s Chair, Robison will manage regional member activity, events, membership and align with IMC USA and other local chapters to support consultants across the country. “Our chapter offers our members a process for certification,” noted Robison. “The CMC designation is awarded to management consultants following a rigorous process of examination, a demonstrated history of substantive results for clients, and those who have shown adherence to the IMC USA Code of Ethics and professional practice management.”
Certified Management Consultants are acknowledged as leading experts in their fields, with track records of significant accomplishments in their consulting engagements. In order to maintain their CMC status, recertification every three years is mandatory. Clients who hire a CMC know they are receiving the utmost in quality of advice, ethical recommendations and valuable service.