What we do
WE PUT PEOPLE AT THE HEART OF CHANGE
We work with both private and public sector customers, including security-cleared environments.
We strive to understand your needs and deliver change that unlocks the talent within your team. We use a flexible and holistic approach that puts people at the centre of change. By tailoring our service to you, we can build a lasting relationship built on honesty, respect and clarity.
EXPERIENCED, COMMITTED & ENGAGED
CMC is an Employee Ownership Trust. We are a community of exceptional people who are committed, collaborative and always curious. We work with our customers to build on our collective strengths and achieve together.
Our consultants have a blended range of skills in project management, business change, business agility, and communications. They equip us to deliver successful change and transformation.
Working with us
WE SUCCEED WHEN YOU FLOURISH
We pride ourselves on our sense of community. We have active communities of practice where our people can share ideas and learn from each other’s experience.
We encourage our people to grow, become more accomplished, more confident and more able to help our customers achieve their goals.
Your success is our success.
Helping organisations navigate change and thrive for years to come
News & views
TAKE A LOOK AT OUR LATEST BLOG POSTS
Mental Health First Aid – Teaching an old dog new tricks
8th July 2022
Mental Health First Aid – Teaching an old dog new tricks Leading and managing have been a major part of my life for nearly 25 years now. They have brought me fulfilment and frustration in equal measure and, as...
Communicating to engage
28th June 2022
Communicating to engage A common topic of conversation when it comes to change programmes is that of communicating. It’s crucial to ensure that stakeholders are kept informed of what is happening, and there is typically a juggling act to...
Sponsorship and successful projects
25th April 2022
Sponsorship and successful projects A recent LinkedIn poll conducted by CMC suggested that 92% of participants felt that a lack of senior sponsorship was the major cause of projects and programmes failing to deliver. Admittedly this is a small...