Asia CEO Forum

Executive Leadership Team of the Year



The award is open to any Profit-Making Organizations Executive Management Team that achieved important success while overseeing a business enterprise either within Philippines or outside of it. The team should have also demonstrated exceptional leadership skills resulting to the maximization of stakeholders values. The accomplishment(s) must demonstrate the following criteria:

A. Leadership and Governance – The Executive Management Team should have demonstrated specific situations or projects where the organization was led to a new level of growth, achievement or recognition. There should be a well documented initiative or project that resulted in a significant contribution in the company income, or has exhibited a significant change in the company that is aimed towards achieving a goal. This initiative should be relevant to the whole company, the society, or the general public. This shows how the leadership was able to lead their company towards a goal.

B. Financial Contribution – The Executive Management Team’s achievement(s) should have resulted in a major financial input to their organization.

C. International Recognition – The Executive Management Team’s accomplishment(s) should be internationally recognizable as important to their organization

. This may involve situations where the Executive Management Team enhanced processes in other countries, entered markets abroad or expanded the organization’s affairs. It may also be that the organization operates at world-class standards of performance as compared to similar businesses in other countries.

D. Pioneering Achievements – The Executive Management Team should have demonstrated products, services or techniques that are considered unique or innovative in its sector and of recognizable international importance.

E. Social Commitment – The nominated organization should have demonstrated a commitment to the development of the nation’s overall business capability.

The majority of demonstrable results, major new activities or initiative(s) should have occurred within the current calendar year but may have begun earlier.