Learn, write, be judged, be a judge – all in one session!
It’s quite likely that if you’re reading this, your organisation is doing something that is of award winning quality, but that is only half the story. Getting into the finals, and hopefully winning awards, is not about what you believe you have done well, but the impact your story has on the judges. These can be two very different things.
For the second year, Boost Awards, the world’s first and largest award writing agency has come together with the Global Good Awards, the first UK awards to be accredited with a GOLD ‘Awards Trust Mark’ from IASCTM, to deliver a unique Award Entry Workshop, specific to the Corporate Responsibility, Environmental, Sustainability and Social Impact sectors.
If you would like some inspiration on how to get started on your submission, and to ensure your project is well-written and is good enough to be an ‘award winner’ then this course is not to be missed! The 2019 workshop received a positive feedback score of 92%!
Who should attend the workshop?
- Any organisation that enters any sustainability, CSR or Social Impact awards programmes. This is not an exclusive event for those entering the Global Good Awards.
- The person in those organisations who will actually be leading on the writing of the entry or the activity/project they are entering, even if they are not actually doing all the writing themselves.
The session will help you choose which story to enter, how to write efficiently and effectively within the entry form limits, what ‘good presentation’ means with award entries, and (crucially) what evidence you need to convince the judges that your case is the most deserving of the award.
For more information about the next workshop, head over to the Global Good Awards.