Nominate a community leader

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zmacleod

The Victoria Leadership Awards were founded in 2004 to recognize and honour people who contribute to the community and inspire and mentor others to become involved and participate in the "life" of our city and surrounding community. Please consider your work in our community and who might deserve the honour (on behalf of RRU, Leadership Victoria, and our community at large) of receiving an award. I encourage you to say, "I noticed" by nominating them for a Victoria Leadership Award. Many RRU alumni and faculty have been recipients of an Award. Let’s keep ‘noticing’ these great contributions.

The 2015 Victoria Leadership Awards
February 19, 2014, Crystal Garden, Fairmont Empress Hotel
Nomination Package
The deadline for nominations is December 1st, 2014

Categories include:

Awards descriptions 2015:

    Royal Roads University Leadership Excellence through Coaching and Mentoring Award
recognizes long term and outstanding service in community leadership roles through coaching
and/or mentoring – professionally or informally. The nominator will need to provide concrete
examples of how the nominee’s achievements support the criteria.
•    The University of Victoria Community Leadership Award (up to 2 are selected)
acknowledges outstanding leadership in linking UVic and the community for greater public
benefit. The nominator will need to provide concrete examples of how the nominee’s
achievements support the criteria. The award is open to the citizens of Greater Victoria,
however, current employees of UVic are not eligible.
•    Rotary Community Leadership Award (up to 2 are selected) recognizes community leaders
who meet Rotary values of the highest levels of ethical behaviour in business and in the
community. The nominator will need to provide concrete examples of how the nominee’s
achievements support the criteria.
•    United Way of Greater Victoria Award for Collaboration & Partnership recognizes an
individual leader in a non-profit organization who is building community capacity by creating
partnerships and collaboration. The nominator will need to provide concrete examples of how
the nominee’s achievements support the criteria.
•    The Vancity Youth Award recognizes a young person between the ages of 20 and 30 who
demonstrates leadership in the CRD by helping to redefine wealth in a way that furthers the
financial, social and environmental well-being of our members and their communities. The
nominator will need to describe how the nominee effects significant, positive societal change
through his/her activities including a description of how the CRD has benefited significantly with
a focus on marginalized people (including Aboriginal people, immigrants, refugees and people
with low incomes).