Jacqueline O’Donovan, managing director of O’Donovan Waste Disposal, has been named as the Institute of Administrators (IoD) Director of the Yr within the household enterprise class on the annual awards occasion.
Happening in a web based format this yr, the awards ceremony was streamed from the IoD’s headquarters on Pall Mall. This specific award recognises people in household companies who’ve responded to the precise challenges that face administrators in household firms and who’ve contributed to the success of the various, dynamic and modern household enterprise sector.
The judging panel of revered trade leaders of the IoD’s London, South and Southwest area recognised Jacqueline for being on the forefront of management excellence, her contributions to sustainability and enterprise excellence in addition to her collaboration with the wider trade encouraging security and greatest apply. The judges commented of Jacqueline, “An incredible story of dedication, drive, focus and keenness – a transparent enterprise chief in a male dominated trade.”
Jacqueline O’Donovan commented: I’m completely delighted and honoured to obtain the Household Enterprise Director of the Yr Award. With over 5 million household companies within the UK and with the various nature of my position, it makes this achievement much more particular. Most notably at such a time of nice change for enterprise and society, when navigating by uncharted waters with enterprise and accountable management has by no means been extra vital.”
O’Donovan Waste Disposal is a waste administration enterprise, specialising in building and demolition waste, with a superb repute as a trusted firm, providing waste administration and recycling providers. Led by Jacqueline, the award-winning firm champions a variety of ongoing modern initiatives that prioritises workers wellbeing, well being and security, coaching and environmental excellence, demonstrating a top-down dedication to greatest apply and is extensively thought to be an trade chief. She has grown the enterprise to a £20m SME, working a fleet of 100 lorries and using a workforce of 185 individuals.
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