Search is on for Ireland’s Most Switched on Boss

January 20

The search is on for Ireland's Most Switched on Boss' an outstanding leader of a business who really knows their business and values their staff.

A lucrative €2,000 worth of electricity and/or gas from competitive energy provider Energia is on offer for the winning boss’ company. 

Energia are celebrating their 10th anniversary in the competitive energy market and this only comes about by having outstanding leaders. Ireland’s Most Switched on Boss is a light-hearted competition aiming to lift the spirits of businesses around Ireland – a remedy to the new-year gloom and continuing bad weather. As 2009 was the most challenging year yet for most of Ireland’s SMEs, the competition is designed to recognise and reward the important “Switched on” bosses all over Ireland made a crucial difference to the fortunes of many businesses and their staff.

The winning boss will be the leader of a business with under 50 employees. They will really know their business area, value their staff and, most importantly, have shown clever and innovative leadership qualities over the challenging past year.

The main prize is €2,000 of free gas and/or electricity provided by competitive energy provider Energia. The nominator of Ireland’s Most Switched on Boss will receive a substantial prize too – a holiday for two to the sun and spending money, to the total value of €1,500.

The competition can be entered online. Here you will be asked to fill out the online entry form, giving your details, the details of the person you’re nominating and the company’s name. Most importantly, you’ll need to give the reasons why your boss should be considered. Closing date for entries is the 5th February 2010 (terms and conditions apply).

Gary Ryan, Sales and Marketing Director, Energia said, “Outstanding leadership deserves to be recognised and rewarded, especially in these truly challenging times. Ireland’s Most Switched on Boss is a chance for employees to get recognition for their boss, or for bosses to put themselves forward.”

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