We Have A Tried And Tested Process That We Follow When We Work With A Client – Here Are The Key Steps

Step 1

Within 2 days of placing your order, we will send you a Kick-Off questionnaire to complete online to give us some basic information about the nominee.

Step 2

Once we receive this, we will set up your cloud-based client portal to store all of the documentation – so you can post important information and review what we are working on at any time.

Step 3

We will send you some ideas about the type of supporters that would best strengthen your nomination, and ask you for some ideas of people and their contact information.

Step 4

The supporter outreach phase starts – we contact each person by email (telephone contact doesn’t work well) and ask them if they would be willing to write a letter. If they agree, we send them some guidelines about how best to write a letter and give them a loose deadline (usually 4 weeks).

Step 5

Once we have received most of the letters, we hand the letters over to one of our writers, with any supporting documents and other information, and they write the nomination document.

Step 6

We send you the letters and the nomination document for your review and we iterate and edit until you are totally happy.

Step 7

When you are happy to submit, we work with your official nominator to set up an online account and then we input all the necessary information and documentation.

Step 8

You review everything… and then press “Submit”

From The UK Government Website

Honours recognise and celebrate outstanding achievements. There are always fewer honours than people who deserve them and because they are rare, they should be reserved for people:
  • who have changed things especially by solid, practical achievement
  • whose work has brought distinction to British life or enhanced the UK’s reputation
In their area or activity.

Show How The Candidate Has:

Contributed in a distinctive way to improving the lot of those less able to help themselves;
Devoted themselves to sustained and selfless voluntary service;
Shown innovation or creativity in delivering lasting results.

People Get Honours For Achievements Like:

Making a difference to their community or field of work
Enhancing Britain’s reputation
Long-term voluntary service
Innovation and entrepreneurship
Changing things, with an emphasis on achievement
Improving life for people less able to help themselves
Displaying moral courage

Honours Are Given To People Involved In Fields Including:

Community, voluntary and local services
Arts and media
Science and technology
Business and the economy
Civil or political service

The Nomination Process

The nomination process is relatively straightforward. There is an online form that includes details of the nominator and the candidate and allows for the submission of a nomination letter explaining the reasons for the nomination. The process also requires the attachment of at least two supporters’ letters from people with first-hand knowledge of the candidate and who agree with the nomination.

The nomination committees meet twice a year and it is very likely that no decision will be made on the nomination for 12 – 18 months.

Crafting Compelling Nominations For Deserved Rewards

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