There are lots of things you can include with your nomination to help get the message across. Here are some ideas to get started:
Provide testimonials or statements from other colleagues that support your nomination. For example, if you are nominating someone for the Partnership Award, see if a university partner or colleague will write in support of your nomination.
If nominating for the Community Award you could get endorsements from local residents, the beneficiary of the project or community groups, whatever is applicable to your nomination.
Pictures and Videos
In order to respect the privacy of colleagues that you are nominating, please do not include any photos or videos of colleagues as part of your nomination.
If your nomination includes some specific results or statistics, why not include this as a graphic or any other way that the information was captured.
It’s great to hear how results were achieved. You can use feedback from focus groups, team meetings, employee and resident surveys or any other sources you have. Let us know what has improved, what the feedback is highlighting and why it is important.