Leading PA training practitioner Adam Fidler has today joined the judging panel of Pitman Training’s SuperAchievers Awards to hunt out PA of the Year 2016.
Adam, who has worked as a board-level PA for blue-chip organisations including Boots PLC and Bank of America, sits alongside mum blogger and author Kirsty Smith, as well as last year’s SuperAchiever PA of the Year, Florence Katono.
As the nation returns to work and many dread the 9-5, Pitman Training is looking to showcase and support people who love their job, who strive to achieve and who have a positive impact on their colleagues, families and local economies as a result.
The talent being searched for is those who tirelessly work to achieve their professional and financial goals, often overcoming adversity to support their families and work towards their dreams and a popular category with an award up for grabs is PA of the Year.
Other awards include:
• Young Achiever of the Year
• Working Mum of the Year
• Business Newcomer of the Year
• Student of the Year (Nominated solely by Pitman Training Centres)
This year the awards also call for employers’, colleagues’ and friends’ input into revealing the nation’s SuperAchievers, as in a new approach Pitman Training has given the role of the fourth judge to the public.
Nominations are now open until 4 March and entries can be submitted for free via pitmansuperachievers.com. Once entries have been submitted, Pitman Training then releases the shortlist for the judges, including the general public, to vote on. Winners will be announced on 29 April.