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How to write an outstanding ABP Award entry

May 31 at 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm


Speaker: Clodagh O’Reilly, Chair of the ABP and Certified Principal Business Psychologist



Deserving an ABP Award and winning an ABP Award are not necessarily the same thing. Standing between you and an award you might richly deserve is the all-important written submission. Composing a winning award entry is more than just adding some ‘what we did’ content to a word document: it is about making a compelling case to the judges, convincing them that you are the most worthy applicant. This requires a well written and well presented submission. You also need to provide evidence against each of the Judges’ assessment criteria, which have been revised for 2024, to align to the ABP’s unified standards framework.

In this workshop, Clodagh O’Reilly, Chair of the ABP, Certified Principal Business Psychologist and our most experienced Awards Judge, will outline the entry process, identify what the panel will be looking for, and share top tips to help you maximise your chances of winning an ABP Award.



Clodagh is a Certified Principal Business Psychologist working as a Talent Specialist, applying strategic thinking and behavioural science to deliver results in challenging situations, with a track record of performance turnaround, practical innovation, and talent development.  Clodagh is an Honorary Member of the ABP who returned to Chair in 2023, having previously served as Chair from 2013 to 2015. She was the Founder of the ABP Workforce Experience Awards which she subsequently supported as a Judge for many years. She has been a beneficiary of the ABP Certification Programme and supported the Biz Psych Cup as both an Angel and Judge. Clodagh has been a guest speaker for various universities’ business psychology and management strategy degree courses, and has addressed conferences on the benefits of Business Psychology in the UK, US, Europe, Middle East and Africa.  Her focus as Chair is on maintaining the APB’s distinctive culture, and the inclusivity which members value so much, whilst advancing its proposition.


May 31
12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
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