The CCC Staff Excellence Awards

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We are delighted to announce that entries are now open for The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre Staff Excellence Awards 2022.

On Friday 14th October 2022, we will be celebrating the incredible achievements of teams and individuals right across the Trust with our staff awards ceremony and a night to remember.

Entries are now open for you to nominate individuals/teams for the awards. The awards deadline is 5pm on Monday 5th September 2022.

How to nominate someone for an award

Read more about how to nominate an individual or team for an award, including information about who can submit nominations, key dates and deadlines, and how the judging panel process.

Nomination form

Complete a nomination form to enter a person/team for an award.

Awards categories & judging criteria

Patient Experience Award

An individual working in a clinical role who has made an exceptional contribution to the Trust and its services but whose contribution and role often goes unrecognised. They show dedication and commitment to their role and make a genuine difference to others.   

The judges will be looking for evidence of:   

  • Compassion and concern for the wellbeing of patients and colleagues 
  • Being a valued member of their team
  • Listening to others, involving patients and colleagues in decisions and valuing their contributions  
  • Consistently going above and beyond for patient care and their team  
  • Upholding the Trust values 

Team of the Year: Clinical

A clinical team who consistently demonstrate great team working to deliver an efficient and high-performing service. They have successfully improved services, overcome barriers and/or implemented change for the benefit of their patients, with a continued focus on the quality and safety of the care they provide. 

The judges will be looking for evidence of:   

  • How the team has worked together to achieve success
  • Examples of how the team works innovatively and/or overcomes challenges
  • Quality improvement work that has helped improve patient experience/outcomes
  • A flexible and can-do approach by team members
  • Upholding the Trust values

Team of the Year: Non-Clinical

A non-clinical team who consistently demonstrate great team working to deliver an efficient and high-performing service. They have successfully improved services, overcome barriers and/or implemented change for the benefit of their team’s ‘clients/customers’* and/or the Trust as a whole. This could include developing new ways of working and shared learning.   

The judges will be looking for evidence of:   

  • How the team has worked together to achieve success
  • Examples of how the team works innovatively and/or overcomes challenges
  • Quality improvement work that has helped improve client or customer experience/outcomes 
  • A flexible and can-do approach by team members
  • Upholding the Trust values

Unsung Hero of the Year: Clinical

An individual working in a clinical role who has made an exceptional contribution to the Trust and its services but whose contribution and role often goes unrecognised. They show dedication and commitment to their role and make a genuine difference to others.   

The judges will be looking for evidence of:   

  • Compassion and concern for the wellbeing of patients and colleagues 
  • Being a valued member of their team
  • Listening to others, involving patients and colleagues in decisions and valuing their contributions  
  • Consistently going above and beyond for patient care and their team  
  • Upholding the Trust values 

Unsung Hero of the Year: Non-Clinical

An individual working in a non-clinical role who has made an exceptional contribution to the Trust and its services but whose contribution and role often goes unrecognised. They show dedication and commitment to their role and make a genuine difference to others.   

The judges will be looking for evidence of:   

  • Compassion and concern for the wellbeing of colleagues, clients/customers* or others they come across in their role  
  • Being a valued member of their team
  • Listening to others, involving patients and colleagues in decisions and valuing their contributions  
  • Consistently going above and beyond to support their team/service’s needs 
  • Upholding the Trust values

*By clients/customers, we mean individuals and teams who benefit from their work or service area.

Spirit of Clatterbridge Award

An individual who is an inspiration to us all. They are outstanding in their role, passionate about what they do, lead by example, and act with professionalism and integrity at all times. They are approachable and supportive to colleagues, uphold our Trust values and embody all that is CCC.  

The judges will be looking for evidence of:   

  • Someone who strives to make a difference and who has a can-do attitude
  • Being a great role model for others through their dedication and overall approach
  • Making CCC a great place to work: someone who lifts people up and is good to be around
  • Living the Trust values: a true ambassador for CCC 

Lifetime Achievement Award

An individual who has made a significant difference over the course of a career. They have demonstrated outstanding dedication and a continued desire to go above and beyond. They are a shining example of all that is good about CCC and the NHS and have continued striving to deliver the very best throughout their career.

The judges will be looking for evidence of:

  • Long track record of making an impact. This could be through any of the following:
    • service improvement
    • supporting and caring for patients, relatives and/or carers
    • supporting/mentoring colleagues
    • taking on additional roles or responsibilities, whether in CCC or on a regional/national level
  • Longstanding and continued commitment to the NHS and public sector values
  • Considerable contribution to CCC over many years
  • Living the Trust values: a true ambassador for CCC
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