The Institute of Leadership and Management or the ILM as it is commonly known has recently undergone a rebranding exercise. The Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) has a world wide recognised brand and is acknowledged as one of the foremost accreditation and awarding bodies in the field of leadership and management development.
Therefore given the prominence of the Institute and the recognition its brand enjoys why undertake a rebranding exercise in the first place?
What is the ILM
ILM is the UK’s leading provider of leadership, coaching and management qualifications. ILM was formed in November 2001 through the merger of the Institute of Supervisory Management (a membership organisation started in the 1950s) and the National Examining Board for Supervision and Management. Today ILM is a City & Guilds Group business dedicated to developing and supporting best in class qualifications, assessment and learning content for leaders and managers
ILM accredit 2,500 training experts to deliver our qualifications globally.
ILM in Numbers
- 93,000 people take an ILM qualification every year – we are the largest provider of leadership and management qualifications in Europe.
- ILM qualifications are delivered by a network of 2,500 quality-assured, accredited training experts, across the UK and globally.
- 93% of employers say their managers perform better after taking an ILM qualification – proof that providing tailored, flexible, vocational training works.
- ILM is a City & Guilds group business. Twenty million people in the UK have City & Guilds qualifications.
ILM Rebranding Reasons
One of the main reasons for the rebranding is to raise brand awareness given the UK will need 500,000 new managers by 2020.