Do you know a real leader? Nominate someone who makes a difference to the city region
Businesses, organisations and charities across Sefton and the Liverpool City Region are invited to nominate their exceptional leaders for the first Liverpool Hope and The Leaders Club Awards.
Judges are looking to recognise individuals who make a significant difference to the Liverpool City Region by demonstrating excellent leadership skills and/or promoting excellence in leadership in others.
Applications are welcomed across six categories – Arts; Common Good; Enterprise; Health; Education, and Uniformed Services.
The aim of the awards is to promote both excellence in leadership and the importance of long-term leadership education.
Judges are looking for leaders who demonstrate some or all of the key leadership values of integrity, courage, empathy, competency, communication and co-operation, and who can show their impact in their chosen field in the Liverpool City Region.
Judges will include members of The Leaders Club, academics from Liverpool Hope University and expert professionals from each field. The awards are free to enter and applications can be made in more than one category. Those nominated for the awards must carry out their leadership activity within the Liverpool City Region.
The awards are part of a new partnership between the University and The Leaders Club, which also includes mentoring opportunities for students, networking and regular Question Time events with sector leaders and the public.
Professor Ian Vandewalle, Head of Liverpool Hope Business School said:
“At Liverpool Hope our students learn from real world experience and example. In recognising outstanding leaders in the Liverpool City Region, we want to inspire our students and show them the diverse ways in which excellent leadership can make a significant difference.
“We look forward to welcoming the nominated leaders to Liverpool Hope to celebrate their success.”
Stephen Fletcher, Founder of The Leaders Club said:
“Excellent leadership can change lives. It is vital in times of change, experimentation and adversity. We wanted to work with Liverpool Hope on these awards to recognise that leadership is a vital skill that can be built upon over time. We should never stop learning and developing our capacity for leadership.”
Visit www.hope.ac.uk/leadersclubawards to apply