Date and time: 14 July @ 14:00 UTC
Duration: 90 minutes
The post-pandemic world we live in brings to the fore the need for awareness of and attention to diverse issues, whether existing or unfamiliar. Choices made now will shape the future of the profession for decades to come. At ICMCI, we believe in the potential of standards as catalysts of change for the development of management consulting and, ultimately, for the betterment of society.
To achieve that, however, we need to ensure that standards remain relevant in meeting current and capturing future market needs. Furthermore, they need to be accepted by stakeholders who could also benefit from the availability of tools and resources to apply them effectively.
The new ICMCI webinar on 14 July will highlight the following aspects related to the evolving substance and significance of ethics and professional standards:
- Keeping up with the dynamic environment: a focus on adoption of sustainable development goals
- Engaging with stakeholders across a wide spectrum of jurisdictions and types of practice
- Resourcing and ways to fuel accountable delivery going forward
Panellists in the discussion will be Dr. Ilse Andrea Ennsfellner CMC CSE, Anis Jabsheh CMC and Balazs Mezosi CMC. The event will be moderated by Celal Seckin, ICMCI Professional Standards Committee Chair.
Do register today to hear leading global consultants share personal experience and insights into the very fabric of consulting work, ethics and professional standards.
About the Speakers
Dr. Ilse Andrea Ennsfellner CMC® CSE has more than 25 years of experience as a management consultant, trainer and mediator. She specialises in quality management, process and project management, business mediation, cultural relations management and systemic
management consultancy. She has occupied leading positions in consulting associations such as ICMCI and the Austrian Professional Association of Management Consultancy, Accounting and IT. She was also engaged in the development and promotion of ISO 20700:2017: Guidelines for management consultancy services.
Anis Jabsheh CMC® is a Board Member and Chair of the Certification Committee of CMC-Global Institute. He has been Management Consulting Partner in the Middle East at Deloitte. He is a strategic thinker specializing in building an organisation’s human capital capability: aligning structure, building staff/skills and systems/processes to drive growth, innovation, and continuous improvement. Has 40 years of experience in management consulting across Public Sector, Manufacturing, Real Estate, NGOs and Educational Institutions.
Dr. Balazs Mezosi CMC® holds a Ph.D. in regional development and is a proponent of sustainability. He is owner and managing director of DevEco Consulting Ltd. and Technical Lead of the Hungarian Chamber of Commerce. He has more than 20 years of experience as a consultant, out of which 10 years with KPMG in Central and Eastern Europe. He dedicates his efforts to aligning public sector entities and market players in sustainability for win-win cooperation..
About the moderator
Celal Seckin CMC® is founder of Seckin Consulting and Training Co., a Turkey-based management consultancy company. He worked at the Turkish Society for Quality (KalDer) as Manager of the National Quality Awards Program, and at the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM) in Oct 2000-Dec 2004 as Manager of the European Quality Awards Program (now known as EFQM Excellence Award). As a qualified EFQM Excellence Assessment Team leader, he has participated and led numerous organisational excellence assessments both in public and private sectors in many countries.
About the Future of Management Consultancy
Combining a series of events, discussions and publications, the ICMCI Future of Management Consultancy initiative strives to promote the global conversation about the future of the profession towards developing a common vision to help and inspire consultants all over the world.
Designed as an “open source” and inclusive platform, the Future of Management Consultancy is an opportunity to seek answers to pressing questions and to encourage interactive communication and joint idea generation.