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TJ AWARDS


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he response to the TJ Awards 2016 has been very good again this year,


with solid numbers of entries in the leadership development, private/commercial and training partnership categories which remain our most competitive. Tere has been a marked increase in numbers in coaching/mentoring and apprenticeship – the latter not unexpected given their growth this year which may be largely due to government targets and reforms. Other areas have been less


competitive – the not-for-profit category had a small number of entries which is disappointing as so many charities and third sector organisations are among the most innovative in our sector. Take a look at the work of this month’s Spotlight candidate Elouise Leonard-Cross on page 10 to get a sense of what can


6 | August 2016 | Category


Private/commercial Coaching/mentoring Leadership development Change management Use of technology


L&D professional of the year Sales


Not-for-profit Public sector


L&D team of the year Training partnership


As judging is closing, Debbie Carter explains what our lucky short-listed candidates should expect next


TJ Awards 2016 – interview dates Date


Judges 8th Sept Andy Holmes & John Baker


14th Sept Anne Thomas & Carmen Lester 14th Sept 15th Sept 15th Sept


Colin Jellicoe & Guy Bloom


Richard Smith & Steve Macaulay Laura Overton & Myles Runham


16th Sept Andy Lancaster & Jane Elliott-Poxon 19th Sept 19th Sept 20th Sept 20th Sept 21st Sept


Organisational development 22nd Sept Apprenticeship Customer service Operational


22nd Sept


Clare O’Shea & Tim Royds Debbie Carter & Perry Timms Graham O’Connell & Tony Shaw Margaret Burnside & Yvette Wise Garry Goldman & Rachel Kuftinoff Beverley Aylott & Emma Sawula Debbie Carter & Mark Dawes


23rd Sept Anne-Marie Hearne & Sarah Cook 23rd Sept


David James & Sati Kaur


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