Each year, Institute of Corporate Directors Zimbabwe – through the Corporate Directors Excellence Honours 2021, recognizes independent Corporate Directors of public, private, and non-prot boards who have made valuable contributions to the boards on which they serve, as well as entire boards that have signicantly protected or enhanced stakeholder value. The 2021 Honours also recognizes leadership, excellence and accomplishment of Corporate Directors in Zimbabwe, including those with non-prot governance experience. The Award honours individuals who have made outstanding contributions to Zimbabwe's enterprises and non-prot organizations through their governance and leadership excellence in the boardroom. Every individual who win an Award will receive a special waiver for the ICD.D DESIGNATION:- Granted by the Institute of Corporate Directors, the ICD.D represents a lifelong commitment to excellence in the boardroom Granted by the Institute of Corporate Directors after completing the ICD-Rotman Directors Education Program and an examination process conducted by seasoned directors, the ICD.D designation represents a lifelong commitment to excellence in the boardroom, a desire to stay current, and to be a more effective corporate director. In the current, evolving business and governance landscape, the ICD.D designation helps corporate directors be better at what they do, and ultimately, create better boards and better business.
A candidate must be a director of a company or another legal entity. This company or legal entity must be registered and/or operating in Zimbabwe. The candidate's title may be director or executive director or non-executive director per se or another title, such as Partner, President, Chief Executive, Member of Governing Committee, Council Member, in which case the candidate must be a member of the body responsible for governance and stewardship of an organisation.
A candidate must be the board of a company or another legal entity registered and/or operating in Zimbabwe. The title of the board may be Board of Directors per se or another title, such as Governing Committee, Council, Steering Committee, in which case the candidate must be a group collectively responsible for governance and stewardship of an organisation. The Chairman of the nominated board will represent the nominee.
Nominated by their peers, the recipients are eligible to make a submission. Submission must cover activates for the period 1st October 2020 – 1st October 2021. The Young Corporate Director of the Year category is open to any individual whose age was 40 on or before 1st October 2019 Adjudication Committee members and ICD Board Members are ineligible for nomination and cannot participate in the nomination process.