Are you an outstanding leader that promotes positive global change and willing to address the complexity of 21st-century challenges in innovative, risk-taking, and ethical ways? Then you should apply for the Tallberg-SNF-Eliasson Global Leadership Prize.
The Tallberg-SNF-Eliasson Global Leadership Prize is looking for nominations of innovative, risk-taking, ethical candidates for a chance to win their leadership prize.
Application Deadline: May 24, 2021
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- Two established leaders get a $50,000 honorarium
- Two rising leaders will carry a $25,000 honorarium
The opportunity is open to :
- Outstanding leaders who demonstrate the willingness and capacity to address the complexity of 21st-century challenges in innovative, risk-taking, and ethical ways.
- Anyone, anywhere-except for prize jurors-can nominate a leader.
- Nominees may be from any country and from any discipline e.g. politicians, statesmen, scientists, educators, social entrepreneurs, CEOS, environmentalists, artists, religious and military figures, and others.
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Follow these five simple steps to make nominations:
- Provide them with your and the nominee’s contact details,
- Tell them why the candidate deserves to be considered for the prize
- Share her or his career highlights with them
- Add any relevant supporting materials for the nomination
- Push submit/save.
You can only make max 2 submissions per person) and if you need to edit your submissions, use the link in your confirmation email by the final deadline on Monday, May 24.
P.S: There is no advantage to submitting several nominations for the same person.
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About the Tällberg-SNF Eliasson Global 2021 Leadership Prize
The Prize is awarded annually to outstanding leaders who demonstrate the willingness and capacity to address the complexity of 21st-century challenges in innovative, risk-taking, and ethical ways, and whose work is global in aspiration or implication and is rooted in universal values.
Prize winners are honored not only for what they have already accomplished but for their commitment and capacity to continue seeking the kinds of positive change our societies demand.
Key Dates and Order of Program
- The nomination process begins on March 29 and will end on May 24.
- The jury will complete its deliberations in September.
- Winners will be announced in November and celebrated in early December, 2021.