Related posts:No related photos. Alist of useful online resources to help you in your professional research andeducational needsInstituteof Healthcare Managementwww.ihm.org.uk7-10Chandos StreetLondon W1M 9DETel: 020-7460 7654Fax: 020-7460 7655e-mail: [email protected] body for management within health in the UK, with around 9,000members in the NHS, management consultancies, commercial organisations andacademia. Includes information about provision of healthcare management,details of IHM publications, conferences and courses, discussion forums, adatabase of training courses and providers, plus news, policy resources andlinks to other useful sites.CareerdevelopmentSiriuswww.sirius.comCareerdevelopment process site, specifically aimed at university population, butoffers a wealth of resources for anyone searching for vocational guidance.Rather wordy, but worth a closer look.Instituteof Managementwww.inst-mgt.org.uk2Savoy CourtStrand London WC2R 0EZTel: 020-7497 0580Fax: 020-7497 0463Themission of the IOM is to provide the art and science of management,representing approximately 3 million employees in the UK. Verydetailed Website, includes a counselling and career development section,including guidelines on CPD and a careers information factsheet, detailing thepotential paths leading to a successful career. Also includes a news updatesection for professional managers and other potentially useful information.Icirclewww.icircle.comCareerssite offering advice on every aspect of career development from CV preparationto assertiveness at work. Very general site, but content is continually updatedand offers some useful information about presentation and everything workrelated. It also has a very thorough page of relevant links to other sites,giving full contact details and a summary of each.TheIndustrial Societywww.indsoc.co.uk3Carlton House TerraceLondon SW1Y [email protected] Personnel and Developmentwww.ipd.co.ukInstituteof Personnel and DevelopmentIPD House, Camp RoadLondon SW19 4UXTel: 020-8971 9000Fax: 020-8263 3333Professionalinstitute for those working in management and involved in the development ofpeople.TrainingPPITrainingwww.ppimk.comCoursesbased on how to communicate at work more powerfully and achieve goals moreeasily.TheTraining Registrywww.tregistry.comDirectoryof management training courses, financial, HR, leadership, IT, health andsafety and leadership courses.PresentationskillsTheSpeaker’s Coach www.magma.caACanadian site offering tips for anyone having to speak and present informationin public.PresentationSkills for the emergent managerwww.ee.ed.ac.ukActuallya site aimed at engineers, but contains all the information necessary foranyone faced with a presentation to senior management. Tips come under headingsincluding: The object of communication; How to get the message across; Theimportance of planning; Formulating objectives; Identifying your audience; Structure;Sequential arguments; Attention grabbing; Presenting a structure; Creating arapport; Use of visual aids; The delivery, and so on.Thesite also has links to other similar sites as well as tips on how to improve managementskills. It is easy to use and understand and contains effective advice withoutbeing bogged down in management jargon. BBCOnlinewww.bbc.co.ukAsever, the best news resource to be found. As well as up-to-date news on allmanagement issues it also contains an easy-to-access archive system, as well asbackground briefings on all aspects of management and healthcare.Compiledby Kate RouyThislisting is not exhaustive and the journal welcomes further additions fromreaders as well as suggestions for further topics of interest to include inthis series Resource Guide: ManagementOn 1 Apr 2001 in Personnel Today Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed.