IIM AGM 2022 (including CPD)
The 146th Annual General Meeting will be held on Thursday 21st April 2022.
We welcome and encourage members to take part to hear from YOUR Council about plans for the upcoming Presidential year.
The Insurance Institute of Manchester consists of a dedicated group of industry professionals, who voluntarily give up their spare time to offer a range of key benefits to CII members in the local area. Benefits of getting involved include networking opportunities, develop new skills enhancing your CV plus the chance to learn more about the industry.
- President's address
- AGM formalities
- Upcoming President's goals and objectives for 2021/2022
All Council nominations are listed below and will be approved at the AGM.
Please contact the office 14 days prior to the AGM if you would like to make an objection(s) to any of the points or to request a copy of the 2020/21 Annual Report or 2021 minutes. The existing Council recommends that members vote in favour of all the resolutions being proposed at the AGM, which they consider to be in the best interests of the institute as a whole.
NOTICE is hereby given that the AGM of the Insurance Institute of Manchester will be held for the following purposes:
1. The proposed President of the Institute for 2022/2023
2. The proposed Deputy President of the Institute for 2022/2023
3. To receive and adopt the Treasurer’s Report and Accounts for 2021
4. To receive and adopt the Annual Report of Council for 2022/2023
5. To elect the following Vice-Presidents for the session 2022/2023
6. To elect the following ex-officio members of the Council for the session 2022/2023
7. To re-elect the following Council members for the session 2022/2023
8. To appoint BDO LLP Accountants for the session 2022/2023
9. Appoint a Charities Representative for the session 2022/2023
Recognising that people are facing anxiety and uncertainty as they return to work and are looking for a more positive outlook to help them deal with these challenges, this will be an opportunity for members to Regroup, Reflect, Refresh, Reset and Refocus. We will approach this by:
• Referencing some of the latest research that explains the challenge that people are facing in returning to the workplace
• Provide ways to help them reflect on the experience of the last two years.
• Highlight some ways to refresh their thinking, reset their priorities and refocus on what matters, in order to move forwards positively.
Speaker: Julia Wolfendale – On the up consulting
Julia Wolfendale is the author of Five Ways to Focus, an Accredited Executive Coach, qualified to masters level in leadership, and founder and Director of On The Up Consulting Ltd. Julia has coached and trained 100s of people how to be their best selves and get things on the up. She runs a Lean In coaching network and is a quality assured executive coach for the NHS, and University MBA and senior leader programmes. Her clients range from CEOs, directors, and senior managers in the public, private and voluntary sector. Specialising in strengths-based coaching, Julia has developed a number of tools, training courses and programmes to help organisations get the best out of their people with coaching conversations. Her coaching and employee engagement programmes are award-winning and include Best Employee Engagement Programme (gold) and Best Coaching and Mentoring Programme (silver) at the prestigious International Training Journal Awards 2019. For more information see https://linktr.ee/OnTheUpConsulting or contact https://www.ontheupconsulting.com/contact/
This demonstrates the quality of an event and that it meets CII member CPD scheme requirements.
3/4 hours' CPD can be claimed for this event if relevant to your learning and development needs.
It is recommended that you keep any evidence of the CPD activity you have completed and upload copies to the recording tool as the CII may ask to see this if your record is selected for review. Details of the scheme can be viewed online at www.cii.co.uk/cpd.