Lynn Brown Achieves CMC Designation

April 21, 2011 | Announcements

Lynn Brown was recently received the designation of Certified Management Consultant (CMC).

The CMC designation is the profession’s only international certification mark, recognized in more than
40 countries. It represents a commitment to the highest standards of consulting and adherence to the
ethical canons of the profession. CMC‐Canada administers, and its provincial Institutes confer, the
CMC designation in Canada. The CMC designation is awarded to consultants based on a combination
of specific professional development courses and practical consulting experience. Less than 1 per cent
of all consultants have achieved this level of performance worldwide.

Lynn is the managing director of the Brown Consulting Group. This new designation will bring many
advantages to Brown Consulting Group clients:

Commitment to Best Practices – The CMC designation demonstrates a consultant’s commitment to
best practices in management consulting.

Impact on Business – A CMC has satisfied the commitment to attain thorough knowledge of
management and a capacity to consult at a higher level.

Professional Guarantee – The CMC designation is a guarantee to clients that the consultant has the necessary experience and knowledge to deliver objective and independent interventions in the best interests of the clients.

All CMCs agree to abide by the organization’s rigorous Uniform Code of Professional Conduct that details responsibilities to the public, the profession, to other members and to clients around topics such as fees, conflicts, confidentiality and objectivity.

Lynn is also a McQuaig System Certified Interpreter, a member of the Human Resources Professional Association of Ontario (HRPAO) and the Canadian Association of Management Consultants. In addition, Lynn is frequently cited in national media for issues related to human resources practices.

Contact us for more information on how Lynn and the Brown Consulting Group can help with your firm’s HR issues.

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