Entries for the 2021 Talent Intelligence Awards are now closed. The Awards Ceremony will be held online on on 17th December 2021.
See you there!
Frequently asked questions
Please get in touch with us if you have any questions about the 2021 Talent Intelligence Awards. Some frequently asked questions are answered below.
The Talent Intelligence Awards celebrate the best of talent intelligence. The awards are for people and teams involved in talent intelligence, their managers, stakeholders and colleagues. Categories include awards for projects, individuals and teams. Nominations can be made from any geography and from any size of organisation.
The timeline for entering the talent intelligence awards and for announcing the winners is below:
15th November Nominations close
w/c 22nd November Longlisting and final judging
Thursday 16th December Winners announced at online awards ceremony 19.00 – 21.30
Yes, and we’d encourage you to do so! Once you have completed one form, your company information should be carried over into new forms so you will only have to enter your nomination content into subsequent forms. If, during judging, we recognise that your nomination is applicable to another award then we may contact you to check that you’re happy for your nomination to be entered in another category.
Yes, there is an awards ceremony. It will be held on Thursday 16th December online. Once you have nominated (or been nominated!) we will invite you to register for the event. Guests are also welcome to attend the event and it’s free to come along. Registration in advance is a must.
We’re thrilled to have secured some fantastic and knowledgeable judges with expertise that spans all our award categories. The judges are:
Alison Ettridge, CEO and founder at Stratigens
Toby Culshaw, Talent Intelligence Leader: Worldwide Operations and Consumer at Amazon and founder of the Talent Intelligence Collective
Ian Addison-Smith, Global Executive Talent Attraction Leader, EY Global Services Limited
Sarah Vardey, Organisation Strategy Advisor to organisations including London Stock Exchange, Aviva, Thomson Reuters and RBS
Elke Manjet, Global Head of Talent Attraction at SAP
Cynthia Burkhardt, Global Head of Talent Acquisition at Kimberly-Clark
Hadley Guiler, Vice President, Talent Intelligence & Analytics at JP Morgan Chase & Co.
Nathan Baranowski, CTO at Stratigens and founder of Digital Wonder Lab
Each panellist will judge two or three categories and each category will be judged by three panellists.
The Talent Intelligence Collective is the chosen partner and a natural fit for the Talent Intelligence Awards. Stratigens hosts a monthly podcast with the Talent Intelligence Collective and so it seemed to fit well to welcome them as co-hosts for the industry awards. The collective strives to develop, support and inspire listeners in all aspects of talent intelligence. You can find out more about them, and subscribe to the podcast, here: The Talent Intelligence Collective.