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The awards judged by the finalists, who also feature in a book, are open for entry


The 3 Peer Awards

Each of our three awards has its own page with all you need to know; including categories, deadline and fees.

The Peer Awards explained

Finalists inspire fellow professionals in other industry sectors and geographical regions by sharing their successful initiatives and innovative ideas online at this website, in a book that will be available at Amazon, and at live peer events.

1. The Awards
There
are Peer Awards for Corporate Responsibility, for Customer Engagement and for People & Performance, and also for specific industry sectors and geographical regions. You can click an award to read about the categories, deadlines, fees and entries from past years. We also present “Commitment to Excellence” awards to any company with at least three nominated entries.

2. Entering
When
you sign-up we create your own personalised dashboard where you draft then submit an entry (or entries). Your entry should demonstrate impact in a target community and feature something innovative or creative about what has been done or how it has been done. Your entry can have as much or as little text as you like, pictures and one or two videos.

3. Being Nominated
We
like to nominate any entry that we believe has a chance of winning. Being nominated means that your entry will go forward for judging by fellow professionals, that it will feature in one or more shortlists for a Peer Award (subject to confirmation by the judges) and may therefore win one or more Peer Awards, and that it will feature in the Peer Awards Book. If your entry is nominated you may use a special “Peer Awards Finalist” e-button.

4. Peer Judging
A feature of the Peer Awards is that nominated entries are judged by fellow finalists. As a finalist you are invited to review online a selection of other entries for the same award, which involves possibly asking questions, rating each entry for impact and innovation and providing feedback if you wish. You then vote for the entry (other than your own) that you would like to see win.

5. The Winners
Winners are announced at a sumptuous champagne afternoon cream tea awards ceremony in London where they are presented with custom-engraved plaques. Recipients of “Commitment to Excellence” Awards receive special framed certificates. Winners and finalists that do not attend can be mailed their plaques/ certificates. If your entry is a winner you may use a special “Peer Awards Winner” e-button.

6. The Book
We will next year feature every 2020 Peer Awards finalist (plus a selection from past years) in the Book we plan to print and make available at Amazon. This represents an exciting acknowledgement on a respected global platform that you can link to and keep, enabling us to celebrate your success alongside other innovative initiatives from many respected companies.

Read the Guide

User Guide

 

“Other awards could learn from this!”
Corporate Responsibility Manager, British Gas
“Excellent, inspiring peer-generated learning”
Head of Training & Development, Mitie
“Completely different from any awards I’ve been to before”
Head of Internal Comms and Engagement, E.ON
“Sometimes the simple ideas are the most effective”
Head of Government and Public Affairs, Michelin
“Full of learning, networking and sharing ideas”
Global Leadership Development Manager, Save the Children
“Great examples of best practice and innovation”
Global Director of Learning & Development, Reed Smith
“Inspiring and fascinating with a competitive edge”
Head of People Development & Engagement, HCOne
“Inspiring to meet people with such drive and determination”
Group Talent Management Director, CapGemini
“Very insightful how companies handle a wide range of issues”
HR Director, Microsoft
“Great people, great contacts, great ideas”
Founder and CEO, Happy

 

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