Here we provide some hints and tips on what we're looking for in your entries. We receive many entries across the awards; in order to put yourself in the best position of being shortlisted - and winning! - please have a look at our guidance on putting you
Be a compelling storyteller
Make sure you tell the story. Be clear and concise. Remember our judges don’t know you, your business or your project and you only have 1,500 words to not only explain to but wow them. What did the project do for your organization? What was it meant to achieve? What did it achieve? What’s next?
Business case – tangible results
Indicate how the project links to Employee Engagement for the betterment of the business. Set out what the goals of the campaign were and ensure that you provide credible proof that you delivered, or even surpassed those goals. A clear RoI will always be seen in a positive light by our judges.
Bring it to life!
Do you have any materials that can bring the entry to life? Make it more real & human? Videos; images; leaflets; websites; testimonials etc
Plain English enables judges to clearly understand all sections of the entry, with no confusion or misunderstanding.
Please ensure that you read the How to Enter and the Rules of Entry sections before completing the relevant category entry form/s online.
Entries that are not submitted on the relevant category entry form/s will not be judged.