Bristol Superachiever Awards now open for entry

Claire Barratt

The Pitman Training SuperAchievers awards are now open for nominations.

The awards showcase the success of those in Bristol who strive to achieve, having a positive impact on their colleagues, families and the local economy.

This year Pitman Training has announced the addition of two new categories to also recognise working dads and inspiring employers from across the region.

A recent survey from Pitman Training on British Modesty highlighted that local workers rated above average on not wanting to brag about their achievements, and 19% of local respondents admitted to never self-promote in a workplace.

SuperAchievers judge Lucy Brazier encourages Bristol workers not to shy away from success: “ This is a great accolade to add to your CV. I’d urge people to nominate themselves, as well as others and rid the Britishness of modesty to instead celebrate success”.

This years’ judging panel is made up of: Claire Barratt, founder of caricature brand ClaireaBella; Lucy Brazier, Director of Marcham Publishing; John Adams, Author of ‘Dad blog UK’; Diane Rose, Director of CPD Assessment and Membership at The Professional Development Consortium, and last year’s reigning ‘PA of the Year’ Jennifer Corcoran, who’s since set up a new business after winning her award.

Once entries have been submitted a shortlist is created, then the Bristol public have the opportunity to vote, alongside the judging panel on who they feel should be the winners.