Case Study: The Institute Of Leadership And Management

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The Institute of Leadership & Management (ILM) is the UK’s largest management body, combining industry-leading qualifications and specialist member services.

ILM is founded on the principle that skilled managers and leaders hold the key to creating productive workforces that deliver organisational and economic success. Our qualifications and membership services combine to drive up the standards of leadership and management and improve individual and team performance.

Last year 90,000 people enhanced their leadership and management skills with an ILM qualification, while the number of ambitious management professionals securing increased professional recognition and support through ILM membership rose to over 35,000.

ILM formed in November 2001 through the merger of the Institute of Supervision and Management (ISM) and NEBS Management (National Examining Board for Supervision & Management).

ILM offers a range of products and services all aimed at supporting and developing leaders and
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Corporate management development
ILM works with all types of employers from small businesses to larger corporates across the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. A combination of ILM management development programmes and corporate membership can provide holistic, cost-effective solutions to ongoing employee development.

Research and consultancy
We also commission independent research to identify current leadership and management issues and to explore the latest thinking, trends, and challenges among practitioners. We also offer a wide range of specialist consultancy services in order to share our expertise around leadership management development.
Course Outline

The Award is an 8 credit qualification involving 33 hours guided learning.

The Award comprises five mandatory units.

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The Award allows the learners to focus on something they can relate to in their current roles whilst acquiring knowledge and skills which will help them understand teams when they move on to managing one.

The ILM Level 3 Award in Leadership and Management has been designed to develop the leadership and management skills of practicing or aspiring first line managers. It is a qualification consisting of five units. Candidates are taken through problem solving and decision making techniques in the first unit, then move on to explore leadership, effective teams, motivation and organising and delegating.

The ILM Level 3 Certificate in Leadership and Management has been designed to develop the leadership and management skills of practicing or aspiring first line managers. The Certificate builds and broadens the understanding gained in the Award through a further nine units. (Although we strongly recommend that candidates undertake the Award before enrolling on the Certificate, this is not a

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