Welcome To The All-Star CEO Competition 2018-19

On October 8th, 2018, the accreditation ceremony honoring Ireland's All-Star CEO’S will take place.

CEO’s that have subjected themselves to a rigorous adjudication process which will test their resolve and challenge them to articulate their vision for both themselves and their organisations going forward. Only the very best will be invited to the Gold Medal Accreditation Ceremony where they will join an illustrious line up of executives who like themselves have passed through the accreditation process.

Successful CEO’s will subsequently be invited to join the All-Star CEO Forum which will convene regularly to review economic, organisational and personal matters and to play a central role in the development of the All-Star Foundation, the organization behind the competition.

Accreditation as an All-Star CEO is a significant achievement with considerable benefits not least of which is the public recognition of your business achievements and leadership skills.

In the final analyses, we are looking for character, particularly business character, those qualities of resilience and leadership which have seen company’s continue and during the good and the challenging times. Women and Men that are leading great companies, supported by great employees, delivering a superior product or service and enjoying great consumer confidence.

If you think that you or indeed your founder/boss fits the profile needed to be an All-Star CEO, simply complete the expression of interest form on this page and we will be in touch to discuss the process and provide you with a formal application form. We thank you for your interest.

May the Best Win!

Who Can Apply & Nomination Process

The All-Star CEO competition is limited to Company Owners, CEO's, Managing Directors, Chairmen, Serial Entrepreneurs & Business Unit Heads from all size and industry categories. You must be a registered entity based in the island of Ireland.

You can self-nominate or a nomination can be submitted by a member of your team. All qualified nominations will be contacted by our accreditation team who will provide detailed information.
Nomination Deadline: Aug 23rd, 2018 by 11:59 PM.

Register Your Interest

Adjudication Panel

The 2018 All-Star Judging panel is Chaired by Dr. Briga Hynes of the Kemmy Business School, University of Limerick and assisted by Deputy Chair Kieran F. Ring of the Global Institute. The Chairs will be supported by a panel of industry experts.

Over the course of the next 10 weeks, applications will be reviewed and the applicant spoken to by a member of the judging panel. In phases, using the All-Star scorecard, the judges will whittle down the original longlist of applicants to a shortlist of finalists. All participants will be accredited with the All-Star CEO accreditation.

The Key Numbers To Keep In Mind are
#4 #100 #11
4 Step Judging Process, 100 Points to Score & 11 Weeks of Competition to Achieve All-Star.

The Scorecard Matrix Parameters

 
Courage & Leadership

 
Vision & Values

Impact (Company’s performance, Industry, Community)

 
People

 
Accomplishment

About The All-Star Foundation

The All-Star Foundation (ASF) is the custodian and promoter of The Register of Irish Business Excellence (TRIBE).

Not all businesses are equal, some excel and thrive, the challenge is how to identify best in class businesses? The answer is 'TRIBE' an independent accreditation process which identifies Best of Breed Irish Companies.

The Register of Irish Business Excellence (TRIBE) is a roll of honor made up of companies and leaders that have proven Business Excellence. Companies are qualified to join through an independent adjudication process.

The process identifies companies which are sound businesses with great products and services and that enjoy superior levels of consumer confidence. The members of foundation's TRIBE are identified by the All-Star Symbol, which needs no introduction as 'symbol of excellence' to Irish consumers. It is traditionally identified in Irish culture with success, achievement and symbolising the difference between ordinary and extraordinary.