Leader of the Year (4 Awards)

The winner of the three awards below will be leading an organisation and would have clearly demonstrated leadership qualities. He/she will be respected and demonstrate excellence in leading an organisation to meet designated objectives and outcomes in the interests of public service and advancing excellence within the sector.

1. Murdoch University Leader of the Year in State or Federal Government

2. Corruption and Crime Commission Leader of the Year in Local Government

3. Hyatt Regency Perth Leader of the Year in the Not for Profit Sector

4. Leader of the Year working within a Division / Team / Organisation

The winner of this new award will be working in a management position within an organisation (from Local, State, or Federal Government, the Not-for-Profit or  Academic sectors in WA) and would have clearly demonstrated leadership qualities. He/she will be respected and demonstrate excellence in leading a team to meet designated objectives and outcomes in the interests of meeting the needs of the sector or community or industry they work with and advancing excellence within the sector.

Open To

Individuals only.

Must be currently working in the identified category in WA or have worked there during the preceding financial year.

Nominated By

Self or Third party.

Criteria For Award 1 & 2

C1 Excellence in public administration and leadership over recent years.
C2 Achievement of significant strategic outcomes for their organisation.
C3 Demonstrated active leadership in supporting and fostering of other public sector professionals.
C4 Their organisation is considered a leader in best practice administration.
C5 Submit 1-2 page summary of why they have been nominated and what best practice principles they bring to their respective organisation. This would include a description of their leadership philosophy.

Criteria For Award 3 (Hyatt Regency Perth Leader of the Year in the Not for Profit Sector )

C1 Excellence in public policy or assisting delivery of public services or deliverying services to the public sector over recent years.
C2 Achievement of significant strategic outcomes for their organisation.
C3 Demonstrated active leadership in supporting and fostering of other public sector professionals.
C4 Their organisation is considered a leader in best practice administration.
C5 Submit 1-2 page summary of why they have been nominated and what best practice principles they bring to their respective organisation. This would include a description of their leadership philosophy.

 

Criteria For Award 4 (Leader of the Year Working Within a Division / Team / Organisation)

C1 Excellence in public administration and management over recent years.
C2 The division / team / organisation they lead demonstrates active use of best practice.
C3 Demonstrated active support and fostering of other public sector professionals.
C4 Improved service delivery to their local community, industry sector or to Western Australia, which contributes significantly to the public good of the community.
C5 Submit 1-2 page summary of why they have been nominated and what best practice principles they bring to their respective organisation. This would include a description of their leadership philosophy.

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How to Nominate - please read this carefully.

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