Chamberlain Awards 2010 - Finalists Revealed!

Last updated 11th August 2010

The closely guarded secret of this years Chamberlain Awards finalists have been revealed! There were hundreds of nominations for the prestigious awards this year, resulting in a finalist list to be proud of. Now you too can see who they are.

This year includes a 'best of the BEST' category, to replace our annual 'BEST leader, BEST manager and BEST team of the year' awards.

Good luck to all the finalists, and please check back for more updates before the ceremony in November.

For more information please contact Lucy Cross on 0121 675 4871

The Chamberlain Awards and BEST programme are sponsored by Cllr Alan Rudge - Cabinet Member for Equalities & Human Resources

Chamberlain Awards 2010 - Finalists


CA10 Finalists sheet - PDF 11.08.10.pdf

Adobe Acrobat file - 202KB

Named after Joseph Chamberlain, one of Birmingham’s most respected civic leaders, the Chamberlain awards scheme is designed to reward Birmingham City Council (BCC) workers who go the extra mile to ensure that the people of Birmingham receive quality services.

Joseph Chamberlain was a gifted innovator who became Mayor of Birmingham in 1873, he put in place a series of reforms that revolutionised how local government provide and deliver services, including the development of water-works and gas-works. At BCC, we believe that all our citizens deserve the best services and that Birmingham should continue to be one of the best places in which to live, work and relax.

A simple ‘thankyou’ is personally rewarding, makes us feel valued and that our contribution is important. The Chamberlain Awards also fits in with our Human Resources strategies to raise performance, increase motivation and share best practice so that we can have one of the best performing local authorities in the UK."

The 18th century French philosopher Voltaire understood the importance of recognition when he said:

'Appreciation is a wonderful thing; it makes what is excellent in others belong to us as well.'

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