To maintain our high standards and ensure our awards remain fair and transparent, we rely on a team of independent business professionals to put our finalists to the test. As a judge, you will assess the entries both online and at the finals allowing you to pick the winner, share your own knowledge, and gain first-hand insight into the latest complaint handling initiatives.
By judging at the UK Complaint Handling Awards, you are leading the way in developing and supporting a better customer experience, while aligning yourself with the forerunners in successful complaint handling. The awards offer excellent brand positioning and strong networking opportunities as the awards promote excellence and best practice sharing with leading performers in this area.
We welcome and encourage our judges to contribute articles they have written for publishing on the Awards International website, in the awards blog, and through our media partner the Customer Experience Magazine. Every judge receives a judge’s promotional card to use across their social media and has their profile features on the Meet the Judges web page.
The CHA is set to become a key event in the annual calendar of the sector and the last awards ﬁnals attracted over 60 judges to attend and score the latest complaint handling initiatives.
To see our step by step guide to becoming an awards judge, click here.
AS A JUDGE YOUR ROLE IS TO:
Hear first-hand from other professionals (in your judging category) representing a range of organisations sharing some of the latest ideas about implementing great complaint handling strategies
Use your knowledge and experience to assess entries both online and from face to face presentations – giving you the opportunity to learn, ask questions and clarify important elements
Provide scores and written comments to entrants – which go on to make up part of their feedback reports, helping them continuously improve their complaint handling
BENEFITS OF BEING A JUDGE:
Enhance your credibility – both from your presence at the awards and from the inclusion of your role in your CV.
Network with the other judges and finalists at the Awards Finals.
Attend the awards finals.
Have access the awards judge logo and a promotional card for your use in e.g. your email signatures, on LinkedIn and Twitter.
Be included on the "meet the judges" webpage with your personal profile and company logo and within the awards e-Brochure provided to all attendees.
Have your judge profile included in our weekly emails to our judge's segment
Have your judge profile tweeted to over 8,000 followers plus a post on Linkedin across more than 100,000 connections.
Submit contributions to Customer Experience Magazine (which has almost 45,000 subscribers) .
Discuss being involved in our conference for the relevant Awards which will be held post awards.
Gain credibility and develop your personal and professional brand - align yourself to a prestigious awards programme endorsed by the Cranfield School of Management.
Become a thought-leader within your field - what better way to position yourself as a thought - leader than to share your insight with our finalists?
Discover initiatives to influence your own journey - in an ever - changing business landscape, judging provides an opportunity to learn about the latest innovations.
Network with fellow judges as well as inspiring finalists - the unique open atmosphere of the finals allows you to make connections with many other cross-sector companies.
Maximise PR potential through social media engagement and blogs - becoming a judge is an achievement to be proud of, so shout about your experience on your social media channels.
Benefit from exposure within the Customer Experience Magazine - Awards International welcomes editorial content from judges and will share your profile with its readers.
Shape future business strategies - your feedback can have a real impact on the development of a brand’s future initiatives.
WHAT DO I NEED TO QUALIFY AS A JUDGE?
We are looking for a diverse team of judges with a range of knowledge and skills to provide judging panels with a robust mix of business expertise.
Therefore, we are looking for applicants who meet one or more of the following criteria:
- Have knowledge, skills and/or experience in a variety of business disciplines
- Have substantial business experience
- Hold a relevant business qualification or belong to a relevant academic establishment e.g. a business school
- Have a passion for the delivery of exceptional business performance
So, if this sounds like you, please send in your CV/profile to email@example.com in order to apply to be a judge at the UK Complaint Handling Awards 2019.
Please note: If you have judged at one of our awards before, you will not be required to send another copy of your CV.
The fee to judge is £299+vat and includes:
- your seat at the gala lunch and awards ceremony
- a personalised judge’s logo to use on your business stationery, social media profile, and website or blog
- a judge’s announcement graphic shared across our online network
- the inclusion of a personal profile and logo on the "meet the judges" webpage
- plus much more - contact our team today
If you would like to discuss becoming a Judge at the UK Complaint Handling Awards please call Lisa Bailey on 01223 911755 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively, you can send us the link to your LinkedIn profile using the form below.