The British Chiropractic Association’s efforts to educate the wider healthcare profession about the value and expertise of their members’ work won them the Professional Body of the Year award at the Memcom Awards 2022. Lisa King, Director of Communications and Marketing, outlines the keys to a successful rebranding campaign.
Helen Kelly, Director of Communications, Campaigns and Digital, explains how Nautilus International sprang into action. The trade union’s work to protect seafarers won them ‘Best Lobbying Campaign’ at the Memcom Awards 2022.
“Nobody really thought about logistics until they couldn't find toilet rolls!’ Rona Hunnisett explains how Logistics UK worked to raise the profile of the sector, secure vital policy wins for members, and build a talent pipeline for the future. The organisation’s efforts earned them the ‘Trade Association of the Year’ trophy at the Memcom Awards 2022.
One of the highlights of the Memcom calendar, the annual CEO Lecture is an opportunity to hear from outstanding leaders in our sector. Dr Noorzaman Rashid and Dr Marcia Philbin shared their insights with guests at the Gherkin on 28th November.
Dr Sandy Mather explains how the Intensive Care Society rolled out a range of interventions through a tailored wellbeing programme to help members cope with the extraordinary pressures they were facing on every shift.
With the aim of empowering leaders to champion diversity in their own organisations, the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) designed and conducted research into equality in the workplace. The findings not only provided the evidence base on which leaders and managers could drive progress, but also gave rise to practical guidance. The campaign, entitled Moving the Dial on Race, received the Memcom award for Best Equality, Diversity or Inclusion Campaign in 2021.