Arizona SHRM Awards & Recognition

“Make one person happy each day and in forty years you will have made 14,600 human beings happy for a little time, at least.”
….Charley Willey

***Ann Byrnes, SPHR Memorial Award for Professional Excellence

Purpose: To recognize HR professionals serving as role models and setting standards.

The Society for Human Resource Management Arizona State Council recognizes professional excellence in the Human Resource Management profession. Award nominees are the “best” in the profession, serving as role models and setting standards for others.

Eligibility:
Nominees must have led at least one outstanding project during the year that significantly impacted the HR community as a whole. Nominees are individuals with outstanding records of contributions to the human resource profession and must have contributed their time and efforts, free of personal gain.

Must reside in Arizona and be a member of an Arizona SHRM Affiliate chapter, AZ State Council, or SHRM national. Must adhere to the SHRM code of ethics. Should a Chapter have chosen an individual for a similar award at the local level, that individual may also be nominated for this State award.


***Judith Krebs, PHR Memorial Volunteer of the Year Award

Purpose: To recognize contributions of members who volunteer their services and go beyond the norm.

The Society for Human Resource Management Arizona State Council wishes to recognize the contributions of our members who volunteer their services in the advancement of the Human Resource Management profession in Arizona going over and beyond the norm, by giving an award in memory of Judith Krebs, PHR.

Eligibility
Nominees must have served an inordinate amount of hours on committees and boards and must have displayed leadership qualities throughout the year.
Nominees are individuals with outstanding records of contributions to the human resource profession and must have contributed their time and efforts, free of personal gain.

Must reside in Arizona and be a member of an Arizona SHRM Affiliate chapter, AZ State Council, or SHRM national. Must adhere to the SHRM code of ethics. Should a Chapter have chosen an individual for a similar award at the local level, that individual may also be nominated for this State award.

*** Al O’Connor Lifetime Achievement Award

Purpose: To recognize an HR professional or business leader who has distinguished her/himself throughout their career through volunteer leadership, supporting HR related initiatives and making significant contributions to promote and support HR professionals.

In the spirit of this award’s namesake, the Al O’Connor Lifetime Achievement Award is offered to an HR professional or business
leader who has distinguished her/himself throughout their career through:
– Publications
– Instruction
– Career Achievement
– Corporate or business achievement
– Education/Certifications

An HR professional or business leader who demonstrated years of public support of the profession through:
– Volunteer leadership through various appropriate boards
– Volunteer leadership through various programs/projects
– Holding public office and supported HR related initiatives
– Significant contributions made to promote/support the HR professional/leader

Eligibility
Nominees must have business leadership or corporate HR professional experience for 20+ years. Must currently be working in Arizona. Must reside in Arizona and be a member of an Arizona SHRM Affiliate chapter, AZ State Council, or SHRM national id prefered, but not required.

Questions?
Contact the Awards and Recognition Director
Beckie Jorgensen, MSSA, PHR
AZSHRMAwards@gmail.com

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2015 Al O'Connor Recipient, Gail Perry MS, SHRM-CP, SPHR, ACC
For an "Al O'Connor Lifetime Achievement Award" nominee, please respond to each question in 500 words or less.
1. How do you know the nominee and how long have you known them? 2. Why do you think the nominee should receive the award? 3. What would you say is their most significant contribution to the HR profession? 4. As a leader, how has this nominee encouraged others and advanced HR?
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2015 Ann Byrnes, SPHR Award for Professional Excellence, Bruce Gardner
For an "Ann Byrnes, SPHR Award for Professional Excellence" nominee, please respond to each question in 500 words or less.
1. How do you know the nominee and how long have you known them? 2. Why do you think the nominee should receive the award? 3. What would you say is their most significant project did the nominee complete and hod did it impact the organization? 4. As a leader, how has this nominee encouraged others and been a role model?
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2015 Judith Krebs, PHR Memorial Volunteer of the Year Award, Terrie Naylor, SHRM-CP, PHR
For a "Judith Krebs, PHR Memorial Volunteer of the Year Award" nominee, please respond to each question in 500 words or less.
1. How do you know the nominee and how long have you known them? 2. Why do you think the nominee should receive the award? 3. How does this nominee go "above and beyond"? 4. As a leader, how has this nominee showed their leadership skills?
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