5th Annual

HR BRILLIANCE AWARDS

5 DECEMBER 2019

Le Méridien Piccadilly – London, UK

About the Award

WINNERS announced for HR Brilliance Awards 2018

The HR Brilliance Awards celebrate the outstanding contribution that innovatively designed and superbly executed HR strategies make to business performance. Winning an Award will affirm to your employees, colleagues and, industry peers that your company and your team is delivering best practice HR management – that you are brilliant leaders in your field.

KEY DATES

Entry Deadline:

1st October 2019

Finalists Announced:

25th October 2019

Awards Evening:

5th December 2019

THE WINNERS HAVE BEEN REVEALED!

Join us one more time to congratulate each and every nominee and eventual winner of HR Brilliance Awards 2018.

THE WINNERS HAVE BEEN REVEALED!

SECURE YOUR PLACE NEXT YEAR

 Awards are one of the most powerful and cost-effective marketing tools and winning a prestigious HR Brilliance Award will help your organisation to stand out from the crowd, send a positive message to your existing customers and employees and attract new business. We would be thrilled to help you raise the profile of your organisation and enhance its reputation by promoting the great work you are doing while at the same time providing you with a platform to celebrate your success.

Venue: Le Méridien Piccadilly

Venue: Le Méridien Piccadilly

2019 CATEGORIES

Find out more about each category here and request the entry forms

HR Brilliance Awards Judges - Alumni

Joh Ingham

HR Strategist Strategic at Dynamics Consultancy Services
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Joh Ingham

Joh Ingham

HR Strategist Strategic at Dynamics Consultancy Services

Tom Griffin

Creative Director, Coach, Culture Consultant and Storyteller, Extraordinary People

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.

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Tom Griffin

Tom Griffin

Creative Director, Coach, Culture Consultant and Storyteller, Extraordinary People

Kim Atherton

Chief People Officer at Ovo Energy

Kim Atherton is Chief People Officer at OVO Energy. She started her career as an Occupational Psychologist consulting globally on projects including board composition, senior leader assessment/development and change management. She joined OVO in 2012 when the company were 100 people strong and has overseen growth to 1,600 employees, taking the company from 172nd to 20th in the Sunday Times Best Places to Work.

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Kim Atherton

Kim Atherton

Chief People Officer at Ovo Energy

Martin Kirke

Former Group HR Director Post Office Ltd

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.

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Martin Kirke

Martin Kirke

Former Group HR Director Post Office Ltd

Gabor Varjasi

HR Lead, Central and Eastern Europe, Monstanto
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Gabor Varjasi

Gabor Varjasi

HR Lead, Central and Eastern Europe, Monstanto

Dr. Sujaya Banerjee

former Chief Talent Officer & Sr. VP-HR, Essar Group

Dr. Sujaya Banerjee has been a Human Resources professional for over 22 years and has transformed the HR functions in several leading organizations during her career. She is an OD professional par- excellence having set up world class PMS and Talent Management programs and helped build Learning Organizations through her assignments at ADNOC, Lowe Lintas and Partners, British Gas and the Essar Group. Sujaya has been listed among the Top 40 HR professionals in Asia ,has won the Youth Icon Award for 2009 and the Contribution to the HR Community Award in 2012, besides bringing several international accolades to India- the Learning Elite Award – CLO USA, Learning in Practice Award – CLO USA, Best Project Implementation in Asia- SuccessFactors and Best Business Adoption Award- SuccessFactors.
She has presented White Papers at leading conferences at GE’s John F. Welch Leadership Center (Crotonville), at the CLO Summit-Harvard Business School, ASTD, SkillSoft Perspectives and recently at SuccessConnect Sydney. She is a sought after speaker and thought leader and is a regular contributor to the Human Capital Magazine.
Sujaya is a TEDx speaker and leads the Learning & OD Roundtable- a forum for practitioners which has a worldwide membership of over 1600 Learning & OD professionals. The L&OD Roundtable enables capability building of Learning professionals and helps member organizations become Learning Organizations.

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Dr. Sujaya Banerjee

Dr. Sujaya Banerjee

former Chief Talent Officer & Sr. VP-HR, Essar Group

Important Dates

Awards launch, entries open: 1 January 2019

Deadline for Entries: 1 October 2019, 6pm GMT (Greenwich Mean Time)

Awards Ceremony: 5 December 2019

If your company is doing something GREAT, shout about it!

How to Enter

Awards Entry Process

Share best practice.

Measure your effectiveness.

Win an award.

Step 1.

Register - Choose your category

Submit your registration form after you Identify the category or categories you wish to enter. Once registered you will receive an email confirmation together with special category entry form. Award Submissions Deadline: 6pm GMT, 1st October 2019.

Step 2.

Pay for your award entry

Once you have submitted your entry an invoice will be sent to you on email. Once this invoice is paid your award entry is complete. Your payment must be processed for your award entry to be fully submitted and judged.

Step 3.

Relax, Wait patiently…

You’ve done the hard bit, now just follow us on twitter, join the LinkedIn group and look forward to the evening party and celebration. The winners will be announced at the awards ceremony on 5th December 2019.

Why Enter

There are plenty of reasons why!!!

BOC Brilliance Awards Promote Your Business

Promote your business as ‘Award Winning’ - This accolade will give your customers extra confidence in your products and services.

BOC Brilliance Awards Celebrate Your Success

Celebrate your success and achievements in front of the business community.

BOC Brilliance Awards Boost Morale

Acknowledge the contribution and achievements of your staff and boost morale.

BOC Brilliance Awards Stand Out

Stand out from the crowd: what better way to demonstrate how good your business is to past, present and future clients than by winning a national Award.

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