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Member Profiles

Posted By Mark Haas CMC FIMC, Sunday, December 21, 2008
Updated: Sunday, December 21, 2008
Member profiles are the foundation of our networking, Find A Consultant and community interaction capability. A well crafted profile shows other consultants and prospective clients the range of your capabilities and your commitment to the profession through your involvement in chapter activities or communities of practice. Only Professional, Certified, Emeritus and Affiliate Members have profiles. Guests, Student and Lapsed Members are not eligible to post member profiles.

Through your profile, you can:
  • Maintain personal and professional information
  • Supply extended biographical information
  • Manage your external social/professional networks (e.., LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter)
  • Select what profile fields are visible to other members and the public
  • Maintain categorized colleague connection lists
  • Use name formats for "company name" or nick/screen name
  • Maintain multiple personal blogs with audio/video sharing
  • Manage group/community/member blog subscriptions
  • Post and update online resumé/CV
  • Manage your project postings (solicit teaming opportunities)
  • Manage your personal preferences and alerts
  • Upload to your personal photo albums
  • Create an affinity email address
You have control over how much information to make available to others and how much you would like to be contacted. However, you create greater professional and business development opportunities by your participation in more groups, balanced by your desire for privacy. The links in Manage My Profile are:

My Personal Page- how your personal profile appears to registered site users
My Public Profile - how your personal profile appears to unregistered users (your personal blogs and photo albums, if you chose to create them, and the section titled "More Information" are hidden)
Edit My Profile - update all parts of your profile and hide certain data fields (e.g., email address, home address, personal information)
My Groups - list of communities to which you have registered for (your chapter has already been assigned, but you may elect to change this), including communities of practice (consulting disciplines, industry specialty, organizational focus and client type), leadership positions, and committees.
My Networks - links to your profiles on other social network sites (e.g., Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter) , which extends your access to other professionals and lets others access yours (optional)
My Event Registrations - list of past and future events for which you have registered through the IMC USA website
My Blogs - list of your personal blogs (optional). Others can comment on your blogs, they are searchable, and others can subscribe to your blogs through RSS
My Subscriptions - these are blogs on the IMC USA website to which you have subscribed to be notified when new postings are made.
My Files & Links - your personal file libraries connected to your profile, most often to attach your company brochures, videos, etc.
My Preferences - this is how you choose to be notified of activities of those with whom you are connected. We suggest that you use these very sparingly, because turning them all on could generate a lot of messages. However, we suggest you turn on "Email me when new messages arrive" and "Email me when someone applies for an opening I have posted" as a minimum.
My Messages (XX New) - internal messages received from another member who wants to contact you (number indicates how many were received while you were offline). Click "My Messages" to go to your mailbox and click "(XX New)" to go directly to your Inbox.
My Connections (XX New) - you may choose to connect to selected members (similar to Facebook) that provides more messaging options (number indicates how many new requests you have received from people who want to connect with you).
My Photo Gallery - photos you have uploaded and want to share (optional)
My Resumé/CV - if you are interested in participating in automatic email notification of consulting opportunities in your specified areas of interest, we recommend you create a CV to supplement your profile. The CV is more searchable by prospective clients or teaming partners.
My Career Postings - if you have posted a request for a teaming partners or consultant subcontractor, you can track them here.
Membership Info - indicates your membership type and status of membership. This is where you would renew your membership.
Refer a Friend - share with colleagues the opportunity to participate in IMC professional, network, and business development activities. When you use this function to refer a friend to IMC and they register through the website as a guest or join IMC, this is tracked, along with those they refer, to a third level. IMC is offering incentives to member whose referrals result in new members.

Member profiles are the core of your visibility to other members and to the public. Many characteristics are hotlinked so you can identify all members with those characteristics. for example, if you see in a profile that a member has an a Consulting Expertise in Strategy, click on that link to pull up a directory of all members with that area of expertise (perfect for teaming).

Tags:  connections  CV  event registration  groups  member profile  photo gallery  resume  subscriptions 

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Michael Josephson says...
Posted Tuesday, September 22, 2009
Michael A. Josephson
PO Box 111, Rockport MA 01966
Cell: (978) 335-1864 - Phone: (978) 546-9913

Dear Sir or Madam,

My professional management career has allowed me the opportunity and the good fortune to develop my skills as an Executive Level Manager in a variety of industries. These opportunities have given me a depth of knowledge and experience which I consider to be a valuable professional asset.

As President of a property management company with twenty seven complexes in three states, my responsibilities included financial management and budgeting, facilities management and maintenance of commercial and residential properties with direct oversight of construction and rehabilitation of new and existing projects.

As the Executive Director of exclusive full service assisted living facilities, my knowledge includes marketing, food and nutrition, personal care & clinical services, environmental services, facilities management, security and all aspects of new construction and building renovation.

I have the unique experience of having been the Director of Parking for the City of Portland, Maine, a community of one hundred thousand people. I also served as the Parking and Transportation Manager for the Medical and Scientific Community Organization which provided infrastructure management for the Longwood Medical Community in Boston. I am very familiar with all aspects of parking management, including construction and maintenance of parking garages, as well as valet services.

Throughout my career I have managed large and diverse staffs, both union and non-union, hourly and salary, professional and licensed clinical. I have been responsible for managing complex financial models including Tax Credit Financing and HUD Programs such as 202 and Section 8. I have been responsible for the compliance aspects of these projects as relates to financial audits as well as regulatory compliance. The organizations I have managed successfully passed audits and inspections by Federal, State and Local Housing and Health Related Agencies.

I have worked with a Real Estate developer and have managed many new construction as well as rehab construction projects. I am fully acquainted with the trades and have acted as clerk of the works on major projects. I have coordinated the marketing for rent up of new projects, and I am excellent at building networks in my community.

I am well qualified with excellent references and would appreciate the opportunity to speak with you. Thank you.


Michael Josephson

PO Box 111, Rockport, MA 01966
Cell (978) 335-1864 •


Highly accomplished Business Manager with 22-year professional track record for regional level positions managing operations, developing staff and directing large cross-functional teams. Proven ability to increase efficiency and reduce capital costs while maintaining excellent service levels. Skilled leader with aptitude in energizing employees and maximizing workforce potential. Focus on maintaining high levels of productivity through motivating employees, improving product standards and delivering one-on-one interaction with clients and coworkers.

Capital Projects • Continuous Improvement • Profit Growth
Cost Avoidance • Consensus Building • Business Re-engineering
Executive Presentations • Financial Management • Operating Infrastructure
Continuous Process Improvement • Commodities Purchasing • Regulatory Affairs


Hospital complex serving Boston’s North Shore employing over 4,500 people.

Project Buyer
Manage construction contracts, purchase capital equipment and contract services. Coordinate and maintain $60M Master Facilities plan. Meet daily with senior management, CFO and COO to analyze budgets, investigate variances and streamline project schedules. Final decision on equipment needs, price negotiation and procurement. Manage installation and implementation of all FF&E. Develop relationships with vendors and end users.
• Created reports to develop budget analysis and track variances.
• Teamed with other executive managers to guide $35M day surgery center from inception to opening.
• Negotiated pricing/scheduling with vendors greatly reducing costs/achieving project deadlines.

An 88 unit assisted living facility.

Interim Executive Director
Managed a staff of 50 in all aspects of facility management including; budget and finance, human resources, resident satisfaction, regulatory compliance and physical plant maintenance. Evaluated goal achievement and profit growth in meetings with the President and CEO. Increased marketing presence and referral base through relationship development within the industry.
• Increased occupancy and income to highest level in 9 years.
• Rewrote policy and procedure manuals, bringing facility into compliance.
• Developed relationships with hospitals, nursing homes and rehab facilities increasing occupancy.

A 105 unit assisted living facility.

Executive Director
Managed a staff of 50 including RN’s, licensed social workers and professional department heads. Ensured the day-to-day operations of the facility were achieved efficiently.
• Hired an entirely new health care team including ALZ Program Director.
• Achieved record high occupancy of 104 residents and set package sales record in October.
• Increased revenue 15% through food cost reductions and in-house maintenance program.


A 92 unit assisted living facility.

Executive Director
Managed a staff of 60 including RN’s, licensed social workers and professional department heads. Ensured the day-to-day operations of the facility were achieved efficiently.
• Reduced payroll costs by 10-15% through implementation of social staffing model.
• Increased occupancy to 100% through aggressive marketing techniques.

HARBORLIGHT HOUSE, Beverly, MA • 2000 to 2003
A non-profit independent senior housing and assisted living facility.

Executive Director
Managed a staff of 32 and directed the organization’s daily activities on all levels for 35 residents. Managed all aspects of assisted living operations as well as the Home Service Agency.
• Initiated the Group Adult Foster Care program for very low income residents.
• Brought facility into compliance with Low Income Housing Tax Credit Financing loan requirements.
• Developed and managed the Home Service Agency – 400 billable hours after six months.

MASCO, Boston, MA • 1998 to 2000
A non-profit infrastructure management and augmentation company with over 200 employees.

Manager Parking and Transportation
Utilized problem solving skills to maintain high quality control of third party service delivery and as a community liaison. Directed company’s shuttle bus operation ensuring they ran on time, were clean and were well maintained. Met with end users daily to maintain service levels.
• Developed statistical financial analysis of garage, parking lot and shuttle bus efficiency.

CITY OF PORTLAND, Portland, ME • 1989 to 1994
A municipality of 75,000 with a metro area of 175,000.

City Parking Director
Established new city parking department and directed all functions including enforcement, snow towing and school crossing guard programs. Managed all city parking garages, city owned commercial property, airport and ferry terminal.
• Increased revenues over 50% through increased violation enforcement and public/private cooperatives.
• Generated annual revenues in excess of $7M.
• Eliminated outside management contracts recouping several million dollars.

A multi-state real estate development company with greater then 3,000 housing units.

Managed a professional staff of 35. Directed all aspects of operating budgets, regulatory agreements, accounting and finance, rent up, occupancy levels, marketing and physical plant.
• Guided major reconstruction of senior complexes after a significant natural disaster.
• Consolidated staffing and reduced operating costs by 10-15%.


Bachelor of Arts in English Literature • 1979
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