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TJ AWARDS


THE JUDGES TAKE CENTRE STAGE


As the interviews for the finalists come to an end, Debbie Carter extends thanks to the judges


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s the final stage of judging comes to a close and our team of judges start their


deliberations to decide our winners, we must thank them for their hard work over the past months. Tese dedicated professionals give up their time free of charge, and their expertise makes our awards truly independent, sound and rigorous. John Baker and Andy Holmes


kicked off the interviews in the com- mercial category on September 8 and, despite some tricky technology issues


at the venue, handled the finalists with their usual purpose and good humour. John and Andy have been judging this category for some time and their solid experience in the commercial world of finance, professional services and consulting make them ideal judges in this competitive category. Te following week saw the inter-


views start in earnest with the leader- ship, change, coaching and mentoring, technology and L&D professional of the year being judged over three days. Two stalwart teams returned again to


judge for us in change and technology. Steve Macaulay and Richard Smith in the best change management category – where they showed great flexibility in dealing with a variety of candidates – including our first entry from Turkey. While Laura Overton led the technology judging team of Sarah Lindsell and Myles Runham who bring enormous practical experience to this growing and complex category. New judges in the coaching and


mentoring category, Anne Tomas, Carmen Lester and Georgina Orton


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