The Jersey branch of the Institute of Directors has opened nominations for its annual The IoD Jersey Director of the Year Awards.
Islanders are being encouraged to nominate a leader who they think deserves recognition before 30 June.
Chair of the judges will again be Kevin Keen (Former CEO of Jersey Post, Non-Executive Chair at Jersey Water, CEO of JSPCA, non-executive member of Visit Jersey board, and Co-founder of Leadership Jersey).
The Awards, which will be held on 19 October and Sponsored by Appleby Jersey, will be held at the Royal Jersey Showground. Tickets will be released on Eventbrite from next month.
The 10 Award Categories are:
Director of the Year – Large Business (over £10 million turnover)
Director of the Year – SME Business (under £10 million turnover)
Family Business Director of the Year
Start-up Director of the Year
Third Sector Director of the Year
Public Sector Director of the Year
Young Director of the Year
Director of the Year – Equality, Diversity & Inclusion
Director of the Year – Sustainability
Non-Executive Director of the Year
IoD Jersey Chair, Natasha Egré, said: “The Director of the Year Awards are one of the highlights of the business calendar in Jersey, allowing us to celebrate the best of those who lead our organisations across industries, the third sector, and in the public sector.
"I encourage everyone to take some time to think about leaders who have really made a difference over the past year. If you know someone who has led with resilience, authenticity, and innovation, then it’s essential that you nominate them and ensure they get the recognition they deserve.”
A shortlist will be announced in August, ahead of the Gala awards dinner.
Nominations open Monday 20 March and close Friday 30 June. To nominate someone for an award, click HERE.
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