MT Sky Future Leaders Awards: Extended Deadline!

We're looking for the best talent in sustainable business practices, and due to popular demand we've extended our deadline. Nominate yourself or a colleague by 27th July for a chance to win this prestigious accolade!

by Michael Northcott
Last Updated: 19 Aug 2013

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Businesses are under the spotlight and facing public scrutiny like never before. From Libor rate fixing scandals to executive pay and behind-the-scenes lobbying, the top brass in the world’s companies are having to account for themselves, left, right and centre. Against this backdrop, we’re searching for the next generation of sustainable leaders, and we’ve teamed up with Sky to find the best of breed.

We’ve been delighted with the quality of the entries so far and we want to give as many of you as possible the opportunity to showcase your talents and be considered for these inaugural awards. We are looking for the best in five categories: Corporate Ace, MBA Mastermind, Start-Up Star, Non Profiteer and One to Watch. So whether you work for a multi-national corporation or a three-man start-up, there’s something for everyone. 

The chief executive of Sky, Jeremy Darroch is excited about discovering the best talent: ‘The MT Sky Future Leaders Awards will now shine a light on the future leaders who are making the biggest difference in the workplace today and best equipping their organisations to succeed in the future,’ he said. ‘There will be much we can all learn from their achievements.’ 

To put yourself – or your colleague – forward for a chance of winning in any category, click here to get all the details on our judges, the qualities we’re looking out for, and to fill out the application form. Apply by 27th July: what have you got to lose?

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