Martin has held international HR director roles with Dow Chemical, Ericsson, Serco and BP including vice President resource management for Ericsson based in Stockholm and HR Director Operations Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia-Pacific for the BP Group. Martin has experience of running a business as a General Manager and has also led major change and transformation programmes.
Martin was the lead in HR at Transport for London for the 2012 Olympics after which he decided to focus on non-executive director and consultancy work. His clients include the Cabinet Office, UK (Cabinet Office supports the Prime Minister and Deputy Prime Minister, and ensures the effective running of government) and healthcare charity ‘Action for Change’ where he is also a non-executive director.
Chidinma Lawanson consults for the International Finance Corporation (IFC), covering sub-Saharan Africa, in the areas of agri finance & MSME. She also consulted on a USAID project on digital payments for solar energy; on an Access Bank Plc MSME project and on a MasterCard Foundation MSME project. She was the CEO of Enhancing Financial Innovation & Access (EFInA), which is funded by the DFID and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and strives to improve financial inclusion indices in Nigeria. Chidinma has 21 years’ experience at Diamond Bank Plc. where she headed the MSME unit, rolling out disruptive retail banking products. She headed f Human Capital Management, formulating far-reaching changes in digitization and performance management, with responsibilities across Nigeria, West Africa & UK. Chidinma is a Hubert H. Humphrey Fellow, she holds a PGD in Entrepreneurial Management (Boston University, Massachusetts); a B.Sc. in Chemistry (University of Calabar, Nigeria) and a PGD in Computer Science (Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria).
Liam FitzPatrick has 25 years of experience with change, PR and internal communications comes from working in-house and in consultancy.
Liam has worked in civil engineering, energy, manufacturing and transportation as well as telecoms. He was Global Head of Internal Communications at Marconi during its financial restructuring and has worked on change and transformation projects in a wide variety of situations. He is particularly interested in developing teams, research and planning.
He is a council member and Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations.
Adrian Moorhouse was an Olympic swimmer who won Gold in the 100m breaststroke at the Seoul Olympic Games in 1988 and was world number one in his event for six consecutive years. In 1992 he retired from swimming after twelve years as an elite performer. In 1995 Adrian made the jump into business, co-founding his own performance consultancy - Lane4, which uses a unique blend of insight from business, psychology and elite sport to help businesses develop the people skills necessary to become winning organisations. Lane4 has ranked in The Sunday Times Top 100 ‘Best Small Companies to Work every year since 2006.
Laura is a strategic and results-driven communications leader, with extensive in-house and agency experience across an array of sectors focused on: strategy development, media outreach, crisis management, investor relations, public affairs, change management, employee engagement, digital activations, and event management. Experienced in creating teams responsible for developing and delivering both external and internal communications programmes. As a senior business leader, mentor and coach she is passionate about building high-performing and diverse teams, whilst supporting individuals to achieve their professional and personal growth ambitions.
In an eclectic career Tom has been a classical actor, an opera singer, and an entrepreneur and developing, running and then selling his own brand experience marketing agency. He is as much at home on the stages of London’s West End he is in the boardrooms or conference rooms of some of the worlds most respected brands and businesses.
He is a leading thinker in the field of personal and professional development. He is also a sought-after coach and trainer, having worked with brands such as British Airways, O2, Microsoft, Google, Green Flag and Peugeot as well as individuals in politics, the arts, entertainment, finance and the media. As a guest lecturer on marketing at the ‘Cass London Business School’ Tom also shared his experiences with future leaders and creatives.
Out of this diverse stimulus, Tom created a boutique practice called Extraordinary People, that consults on, designs and delivers people and organisational development, helping businesses realise the full extent of the extraordinary potential that exist in the individuals that make it up, and in all of them together as a focused and inspirational whole.
We invite your organisation to submit nominations to enter the 2019 International Brilliance Awards, honouring the outstanding achievements in the workplace.
All organizations worldwide are eligible to submit nominations to this International Brilliance Awards: large and small, public and private, for-profit and non-profit. Nominations may be submitted by individuals or organisations.
The 2018 Award has attracted nominations from organisations of all types, from different parts of the world. Many of the world’s largest and most famous companies have won BOC Brilliance Awards. However, some of our winners each year are small and midsize companies that are still growing and building their brands and investing in their people.
In addition to the entry document, you may include supporting material. Supporting material does not contribute to the 2,000-word limit of the entry document. Supporting material may include, but is not limited to:
Please note: you can send a maximum of 5 supporting documents.
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Judging of entries will be conducted in October by the members of specialized judging committees. Judges are recruited worldwide, based on their industry, function and experience.
Judges will review and rate entries online, at their convenience.
All entries that receive a final average score of at least 70 out of 100 from the judges will be recognised as finalists. The eligible nomination with the highest average score in a category will be designated the Brilliance Award winner, and will receive a Brilliance trophy.
Other eligible nominations with a final average score of at least 80 will be designated as Golden and Silver winners, and will receive framed Certificates.
The Business Brilliance Awards is your opportunity to shine and demonstrate you are an outstanding business. Winning this Trophy will say a lot about the quality of your organisation and the strength of your management team.
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