Ardi Kolah makes it to the BAME 100 list


In order to establish the shortlist for the Board Talent Index from within the BAME community (British. Black, Asian, and minority ethnic (used to refer to members of non-white communities in the UK), UK executive recruitment firm Green Park applied a soft scoring method based on the criteria it believes separates REALmodels from other diverse leaders. These criteria focus on influencing positive change and development in business and are each graded out of 25.

The criteria:

R = Recognised: accredited for the good that they do
E = Extraordinary: not just achieved but excelled in their efforts
A = Authentic: known for being true to their undisputed origin
L = Leading: climbed the ladder of their organisations and achieved success

Once the REAL model leaders are identified, the judges ratify the shortlists based on their own insights, the individual’s credibility and the profiles presented and the final indexes are confirmed. Each shortlist usually contains around 115-135 profiles. 

An Advisory Panel including Lord Holmes, Baroness Royall, Ken Olisa OBE, Raj Tulsiani and Trevor Philips MBE ratifies the final BAME 100 List.

Ardi Kolah LL.M, Executive Fellow and Director, GDPR Transition Programme at Henley Business School (Number 1 in Europe for executive education in GDPR) made the BAME100 List.

Full list is available: http://green-park.co.uk/bame100/

Ardi Kolah BA (Hons), LL.M, FCIM, MBCS, FRSA

Executive Fellow & Programme Director

GDPR Transition Programme

Henley Business School

University of Reading

Greenlands, Henley-on-Thames, RG9 3AU, UK

Tel: +44 (0)77100 77941

Email: a.kolah@henley.ac.uk

GDPR Transition Programme

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