Inspiring Change Awards 2019
Now in its fourth year, the Inspiring Change Awards and Conference highlight and reward organisations within the construction and infrastructure sector that have created a more inclusive culture. Creating open and inclusive workplace cultures in which everyone feels valued, and respects colleagues, is recognised as key to business success. Increasingly, employees want to work in companies that recognise the importance of fairness, inclusion and respect and clients are focussing on diversity and inclusion within their procurement policies .
Submissions to the 2019 Awards are asked to provide evidence that the organisation recognises the value of employee and/or community engagement and that they have introduced initiatives that have achieved benefits for both the business and the community. Entries needed to show how initiatives are aligned to company goals, made a sustainable and positive impact on the workforce or community in which it operates and have delivered positive results such as:
Judges are looking for innovative interventions that are aligned to company strategy and will inspire other employers to follow their lead. The awards recognise businesses that improve the quality of life of the workforce and their families as well as of the local community and society at large.
To enter, hover your cursor over the '2019 Categories and Entry Forms' tab above and a drop-down menu will appear.
The Inspiring Change 2019 Awards are eligible for all those working in the construction industry and build environment in the UK. There are awards for SMEs and Projects.
Entries are invited from organisations that have introduced innovative and creative interventions within the last two years that are aligned to the business strategy and will inspire other employers to follow their lead.
Above: CECA Chief Executive Alasdair Reisner at the 2017 Awards Reception
Inscribed trophies will be presented to the winners at the Inspiring Change Awards.
Above: London Deputy Mayor for Transport Val Shawcross CBE at the Inspiring Change Awards at the new Village Hall, Battersea Power Station, June 2017
Above: David Poole, Executive Director, Commercial & Procurement for Highways England, addresses the awards 2017 ceremony