Following on from the success of the 2019 annual awards, the Minds Count Foundation is once again seeking submissions for the Minds Count annual awards in 2020!
We’re looking to recognise leadership and innovation in mental wellbeing in legal workplaces with two annual awards:
- the Best Mental Wellbeing Initiative in a Legal Workplace, for organisations, and
- the Individual Leadership in Legal Mental Wellbeing, for individuals.
To be eligible for nomination, an organisation must be a signatory to the TJMF Guidelines. If you would like to nominate your organisation and it is not currently a signatory, you can sign-up to the Guidelines here.
For an individual to be eligible for nomination, they must belong to an organisation that is a signatory to the Guidelines.
The criteria against which nominations from organisations will be assessed are:
- leadership commitment
- effective implementation
- staff awareness and participation, and
- prioritised targeting of meaningful issues.
The criteria against which nominations for individuals will be assessed are:
- impact, and
- meaningful contribution.
Nominations close on Monday 10 August 2020, and the winners will be announced at the Minds Count Annual Lecture being held on Monday 31 August 2020.
Terms and conditions of the awards can be found here.
To nominate an organisation, complete the nomination form here.
To nominate an individual, complete the nomination form here.
Any enquiries can be directed to Minds Count at email@example.com
As well as the Annual Lecture being held on the 31 August, we’re holding a series of Q&A events throughout the year on how to create a successful mental health initiative in law. For more information contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org