Chartered Manager (CMgr) is the internationally-recognised professional designation accrediting management and leadership excellence.

The highest status that can be achieved as a manager and leader, it allows managers to professionalise their leadership skills and stand out in a competitive global market.

Focused on Continuing Professional Development (CPD), Chartered Manager is awarded on experience, expertise and a commitment to management and leadership.

The Chartered Manager application process is straight forward, with most applicants completing the process within 1-2 months.

 

Why Chartered Manager?

International
recognition
Professionalise your leadership skills
Increase your employability
Differentiate yourself from other managers

96%

of Chartered Managers use their designation as proof of experience of leading people and managing change.

83%

of Chartered Managers say they are better managers after achieving the Chartered Manager status.

4 PILLARS OF CHARTERED MANAGER

Chartered Manager is based on 4 main components.

KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERTISE

Degree-level qualification or equivalent in experience.

PRACTICAL DIFFERENCE TO THE WORKPLACE

Proven track record of effective management practices.

CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Commitment to broadening expertise.

ETHICAL
PRACTICE

Adherence to the Code of Conduct and Practice.

Route to success

The Chartered Manager application process is straight forward, with most applicants completing the process within 1-2 months. Applicants must have 5 years of management experience, or 3 years of experience as well as a degree qualification in a relevant area.

Please forward CV and relevant business, management or leadership qualifications to chartered.manager@managersandleaders.com.au to have your eligibility assessed.

  • You will be provided with a submission document to complete. This is a practical-based assessment that reviews personal skills and expertise in leading people and managing change, and how these skills underpin continually effective performance and make a positive contribution to your organisation.
  • Once submitted, you will be allocated an assessor who will work with you to draw out any further information required in your submission document.
  • You will undertake a 1 hour telephone interview with your assessor to confirm that you are meeting the Chartered Manager standards, including answering any questions they may have or providing any additional information they should require. The submission document asks you to establish how, within the last 18 months, you have:
    • Demonstrated consistent effective performance within your own organisation or a client organisation if appropriate
    • Used your skills and expertise in leading people and managing change in a professional and ethical manner in accordance with the Code of Conduct & Practice
    • Learned from your experience, being committed to ensuring your Continuing Professional Development (CPD)
Questions? Find out more about applying on our Chartered Manager FAQ page.