Share your views on the role of IPEM’s President

MEMBERS of IPEM are being asked to share their views on the role of the Institute’s President.

Trustees are keen to hear the views of Associates, Full Members and Fellows on the President’s role as part of an on-going review of IPEM’s governance.

IPEM Presidents are elected at the Annual General Meeting and serve one year as President Elect, two years as President and a further year as Past President.

The survey is looking to understand if there are any perceived barriers to members applying to become the President which are common to specific groups. Our mission, vision and values are to be Trusted, Inclusive and Progressive, and we seek to embed these across the organisation.

The current President is Professor Stephen O’Connor and the President Elect is Dr Rob Farley.

You can take part in the survey here and it closes on Friday 26 March.

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Posted: Mar 2, 2021,
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