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The Institute is a charity registered in England, Wales and Scotland, with its head office in Tamworth, Staffordshire and members in countries across the world.
Membership of The Institute of Leadership & Management is open to leaders and managers of all levels, including those with no practical experience. It is based in the UK, but open to membership worldwide. Organisations can sign up their employees as members.
Four grades of membership entitle the member to use post-nominal letters - Associate Member (AMInstLM), Member (MInstLM), Fellow (FInstLM) and Companion (CInstLM). The highest grade is Companionship -- for senior executives selected by the Institute. Membership is validated by an official membership certificate.
Members are offered access a range of services to help with their Continuous professional development (CPD), although this isn't mandatory, including access to online learning tools, webinars and events, podcasts, career advice and tools.
The Institute of Leadership & Management carries out extensive research into leadership and management in practice, providing insights for managers and leaders and publishing findings in research reports and journals. The Institute takes a collaborative approach, preferring to work with like-minded individuals and organisations in defining research topics and undertaking research activity.
The Institute of Leadership & Management offers a wide range of learning resources to support the continuous professional development of leaders and managers in a variety of organisations and settings.
EDGE Journal is the Institute's quarterly in-house magazine, looking at the latest leadership and management issues. It is published by LID Publishing. The magazine is distributed to members as part of a range of benefits and learning resources.
The Institute of Supervision and Management (ISM) was founded in 1947 by J.K. Evans M.B.E. The Institute of Leadership & Management was formed in November 2001 through the merger of the Institute of Supervision and Management (ISM) and the National Examining Board for Supervision and Management (NEBS).