Did you know that in Canada, corporations and governments spend $15 billion on consulting services?
The abundance of consulting opportunities today reflect the changing work world, what with technological disruptions and the advent of the agile workforce. Alongside these changes, one particular industry association is also changing with the times.
The Canadian Association of Management Consultants (CMC-Canada) is putting a new face on the old standard of association protocols and is embarking on an exciting “pay as you play” structure which is more relevant to what consultants and service-based business owners need.
Learn all about these great new initiatives and more in this lively interview with new CMC-Canada Executive Director, Michael Brennan.
Michael Brennan is Executive Director of the Canadian Association of Management Consultants (CMC-Canada). He has 28 years’ experience in Third Sector leadership and health policy. He holds Bachelor of Arts (History) and Master of Arts (Economics) degrees from the University of Ottawa.
Prior to taking the reins at CMC-Canada he was a consultant specializing in healthcare and association strategy & management. From 2008 to 2017 he served as Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Physiotherapy Association. He was Co-chair of Organizations for Health Action – HEAL from 2013 to 2017.
Michael was recently a visiting professor at National University in Bogota, Columbia, and he delivered the 2016 Founders’ Lecture for the United Kingdom Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. He previously served as the Executive Director of the Canadian Technology Human Resources Board, and as Director of Standards and Accreditation for the Canadian Council of Technicians and Technologists.
Check out www.cmc-canada.ca to learn more about the benefits of CMC-Canada membership and how you can become certified!