Avoid these pitfalls and give yourself the best possible chance of success. As you would expect, honours committees judge a candidate’s merits only on the information provided to them. Therefore only the strongest nominations will be successful. You must provide enough information in the nomination to make a good case. So your nomination shouldn’t be:…

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The recipe for a successful nomination depends upon a number of ingredients, the most important of which is that a nominee should have a strong background of success and a record of outstanding achievement, preferably that also impacts positively on the UK. At Awards Intelligence we spend much of our time giving people an honest…

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Being awarded a Queen’s Honour carries many benefits. It’s not only recognition for outstanding service to the community or being a leader in your field, it is also a great encouragement to do even more good and achieve even more for others. It will raise your profile, further enhance your reputation and instil trust of…

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