Is your HR Leader a Difference Maker? Make their day by nominating them for the DallasHR HR Exec of the year! Applications close October 31, 2017!

In my book “Find Your Lane”, I share about the importance of making the most of your journey. This chapter is really about serving others. When you focus on serving others, there is a sense of fulfillment for helping others. Think about how you got to where you are today. There was someone in your path that provided you a lift of encouragement, right? You are probably thinking of that person at this very moment. When you give, it’s amazing how you get back so much more. If you read the book, you noticed the section where I shared 10 ideas to make impact. One of these ideas is nominating someone for a deserving award… Well, here is your opportunity! 

DallasHR’s Human Resource Executive of the Year Award is presented annually to an HR leader in the DFW area. The Award recognizes an HR Executive who has exemplified the strategic role of HR in the past twelve months, and who is otherwise an outstanding leader within the HR community. Past winners include Julie Hoagland, Adrianne, Court, Kate Lengyel, Tony Bridwell, and Terry Cooley.

Who will it be in 2017?

Hurry………. Application Deadline is October 31, 2017!

You can click the link below to review the award criteria and complete the online application. The nomination does not have to be a DallasHR member.

Click link to nominate someone today… DallasHR Executive of the Year

Call to action: 1) Complete the nomination form on the DallasHR website, and 2) SHARE with others for awareness. It will make someone’s day!

This has been A Relocation Minute on “HR Exec of the Year” with Bruce Waller, For more information, call 972-389-5673, or email bwaller@goarmstrong.com or check out our my social media facebook and twitter page. 

Also, check out http://www.BruceWaller.com for resources and my latest leadership book “Find Your Lane” on sale at Amazon!

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