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Nominations are open for NZIML Women in Leadership Award

Media Release
26 February 2016
Attention: editor@scoop.co.nz

Nominations are open for NZIML Women in Leadership Award

Tuesday 8 March is International Women’s Day and New Zealand Institute of Management and Leadership would like to celebrate and recognise the achievements of successful women in New Zealand.

Women contribute to social, economic, cultural and political achievements of our country and we would like to encourage you to share local success stories.

Tell us:

1) Who you would like to nominate as the New Zealand Institute of
Management and Leadership Local Leader.

2) How has this woman contributed throughout her career?

3) How would she benefit from continuing her professional development?

In recognition of their contribution, we are offering one worthy nominee a place on a People Leaders Executive Education, Senior Management Programme to extend and expand their brilliant capability.


Entries will be reviewed and a winner selected by Debra Buckley, CEO of NZIML and chair of K9 Natural and Dame Adrienne Stewart, Fellow Institute of Management and Distinguished Fellow of the Institute of Directors. Dame Adrienne was one of the first women in NZ to be a public company director.

Programmes are held in Auckland, Wellington and Hanmer Springs. The Prize includes training and accommodation and excludes travel. Winner will be profiled in the NZIML Leadership Matters publication. Please provide contact details for nominator and nominee.

Enter via email: leadership@nzimleadership.co.nz
Closing date: 8 March 2016
Winner will be notified: 14 March 2016

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