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San Francisco, CA, United States, 2005/11/04 - The Excellence in Communication Leadership Award, one of the highest honors IABC can bestow, recognizes an individual who is not an IABC member but exhibits leadership in fostering excellent communication.
International Association of Business Communicators (IABC)
2006 Excellence in Communication Leadership (EXCEL) Awards Call for Entries
Deadline: 13 January 2006
Nominations can be made by any IABC member or non-member. Submissions must be complete, concise and include a video and supporting documentation featuring the candidate. The same individual may nominate more than one individual, but each nomination must be on a separate form. All information will be kept confidential. Submissions will not be returned.
Access nomination forms online and mail to:
IABC EXCEL Award
Phone: +1 415.544.4700 or +1 800.776.4222 in the U.S. and Canada
Fax: +1 415.544.4747
About the EXCEL Award
The Excellence in Communication Leadership (EXCEL) Award, one of IABC's highest honors, recognizes an individual who is not an IABC member but who exhibits leadership in fostering excellent communication. EXCEL winners consistently demonstrate vision and leadership in their commitment to effective business communication. This international award frequently is given to a chief executive officer (CEO), managing director or president.
Past recipients of the EXCEL Award include Edward W. Barnholt, chairman, president and CEO of Agilent Technologies; Richard M. Schulze, founder, chairman and CEO of Best Buy Co, Inc.; James E. Burton, CEO of the World Gold Council; Sir David Rowland, chairman of Lloyd's; and Rick George, president and CEO of Suncor Energy Inc. among many others.
About the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC)
The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC.com) is a global network that provides the content, the credibility and the community to help communication professionals succeed in their careers. Established in 1970, IABC serves more than 13,500 members in 67 countries, 100 chapters and 10,000 organizations.