MANILA, Philippines - The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) Philippines officially announced that the nomination for the 2014 Communication Excellence in Organizations (CEO) EXCEL Awards is now open.
“The CEO EXCEL Awards represents the highest individual standard of communication excellence for the top level executives, movers and leaders. This honor is conferred annually by IABC Philippines on the country’s CEO’s, Presidents, Managing Directors and Top level leaders for their exceptional and ethical use of communication strategies and tools in their management and leadership to achieve both business and societal goals,” said Kane Errol Choa, President, IABC Philippines.
Since 2005, the CEO EXCEL Awards has recognized top Philippine-based business leaders across all sectors and industries who masterfully and effectively champion the use of excellent communication as a business strategy to help achieve targets, establish esprit de corps among internal audiences, build and enhance relationship of trust, resolve & manage crisis and uphold the organization’s reputation among all stakeholders.
The CEO EXCEL Awards is the Philippine adaptation of the global EXCEL Award given by IABC to one outstanding CEO during the Annual IABC World Conference held every June in North America.
“The award was primarily created to raise public awareness of the essential role of strategic and effective communication in today’s business management and organizational growth. We look forward to our winners in the Philippine CEO EXCEL Award winning the global Excel Award and receiving the honor at the world conference, “said Joe Zaldarriaga, IABC Philippines VP and Head, CEO Excel Awards Committee.
Star Cinema head Malou Santos receives a CEO Excel Award in 2013 from IABC Philippines.
In 2013, two ABS-CBN executives were among the 12 recipients of the prestigious CEO Excel Awards, namely Star Cinema head Malou Santos and Internet and Mobile Marketing Association of the Philippines founding president and ABS-CBN chief digital officer Donald Lim.
Deadline for nominations is on July 31, 2014. For more information, please contact IABC Secretariat and look for Queenie Mae Lacrite or Jeremie Anne Nicolas at Tel. Nos. 756-0441 and 756-0424 or email [email protected] and [email protected] or visit www.iabcphilippines.com
IABC Philippines is the first International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) chapter established outside North America. IABC is one of the largest business communication organizations in the world with some 15,000 member-professionals in over 80 countries.