DC Motors Steve McCosker (right) and Alisha Dunnett accept their awards alongside CQUniversity’s Scott Bowman.
DC Motors Steve McCosker (right) and Alisha Dunnett accept their awards alongside CQUniversity’s Scott Bowman. Supplied

Nominations for regions top leaders

IT’S time to acknowledge some of Rockhampton’s leading managers and leaders.

Last year Rockhampton produced outstanding regional finalists and winners.

In the mix was director for DC Motors Steve McCosker, Expansion Services manager for Wesfarmers Curragh Pty Ltd Troy Scudds, financial controller for DC Motors Alisha Dunnett and director, Office of Corporate Strategy and Planning at Central Queensland University, Dr Leone Hinton.

The 2011 Management Excellence Awards acknowledge managers and leaders across many industries.

McCosker said being nominated for and winning the Outstanding Business Leader Award for Rockhampton last year was an honour.

“It opens the door to new business opportunities and allows you to network,” he said.

The annual awards program from the Australian Institute of Management has run throughout Queensland and the Northern Territory for almost 20 years and acknowledges personal and professional excellence.

“The awards are powered by nominations from within business communities. A nomination can result from a ‘tap on the shoulder’ from a co-worker, friend or peer for a manager who’s made an impression on them,” chair of the Management Excellence Awards Julie Boyd said.

Nominations can be lodged at www.managementawards.com.au and close on Friday, June 10.

For more information, call 1300 882 895.



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