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We invite your organisation to submit nominations to enter the 2021 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 2020 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.
|Brilliance in Internal Communications Campaign Entries should describe how ongoing strategic communications, or a significant public relations project, have engaged internal stakeholders such as managers, employees, trade unions etc. to promote corporate objectives, whether in the public or the private sector.|
Brilliance in Use of Technology in IC
This award looks for innovative service providers or inhouse IC teams
that create and distribute IC – specific technology solutions to clients, or within their own organisation .
IC Team of the Year
The Award is looking to recognise The Team among the IC community who has demonstrated excellence in the past 12 months. The awards seek to reward those who have contributed to the development and deployment of innovative strategies and tools that improve business growth.
The awards in this category will be judged against four key criteria:
Professionalism: Consistently meeting or exceeding challenging objectives and demonstrating a quality approach through personal values and working practices.
Innovation: Used innovative approaches, working practices or technologies to enhance their organisation.
Team Effort/ Role model: Provided an example to peers or colleagues. Has Impacted or inspired other business leaders.
Measurable success: Has delivered quantifiable benefits to their organisation through involvement with leadership initiatives in the past year and can demonstrate personal development to enhance their ability to succeed in future.
IC Professional of the Year
The Award is looking to recognise an individual among the IC community who has demonstrated excellence in their profession during the past 12 months.
Best IC Consultancy
Only pro-active agencies/consultancies that offer competent and successful performance-based services need apply. Judges will be casting a critical eye on results delivered by Agency led projects, innovative strategies and their efficiency, effective communication, transparency and ROI.
Brilliance in Employee Experience
Employee Experience (EX) is the entire relationship between employee and employer. It encompasses every interaction and touchpoint with the organisation and its stakeholders; including the work environment, technology, and relationships. How organisations map and deliver EX is vital as employee engagement, motivation, and productivity are all outcomes of EX.
Judges will be looking for a well-thought out EX strategy, putting people at the heart of the organisation. This can include strategies covering just one aspect of the employee lifecycle (onboarding, exiting etc.) or a strategy to cover all touchpoints. It must display how an EX programme has made a considerable difference to an organisation's performance. Entrants should provide an overview of the strategy, detail the tactics and outputs, display the outcomes, and demonstrate how it measured improvements in EX.