JPRO Chicago Award

JPRO Chicago Award

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  • Research Best Practices for a JPRO Award
  • JPRO awards in other communities
  • Determine the Award
  • How should we recognize our employees?
  • Create Hype & Initial Marketing Materials about Creation of New JPRO Chicago Award
  • JPRO Chicago Award
  • Speak with other local JPRO's who have an award and award ceremony (via phone & emails) to determine what's worked & what hasn't.
  • Create an Award Selection Committee
  • Criteria A Criteria B Criteria C Criteria D Criteria E
  • What should our award be for?
  • Review what is already given in the community in terms of awards & recognition. Begin developing the award name & criteria.  Speak with colleagues to determine where's the greatest need for recognition.
  • Create Marketing Materials & Advertise with Nomination Form
  • JPRO Chicago Award! Awesome hype and graphics!
  • JPRO Chicago Award! Awesome hype and graphics!
  • Get the word out about this new award, drum up excitement (hype can be generated by playing up the "newness of this inaugural award" and advertising the "prize" that will be given), and obtain community/organizational buy-in.  Info sent through JPRO e-blasts & website, info sent to EDs and HR pros, press releases in JUF News print & online, & word of mouth.
  • Selection Committee Chooses & Notifies Award Winner
  • Candidate A Candidate B Candidate C Candidate D Candidate E
  • Choose a date for the committee to meet, ask people to serve on the committee – only those available can participate.  Committee will consult on the nomination process, come up with selection criteria, review all nominations, & choose a winner. Approximately 8-15 colleagues chosen from members of the Steering Committee & elsewhere. Committee will receive all nominations via email in advance & meet once in person to select the winner.
  • Determine a theme & angle & work with graphics & communications team to develop materials.  Ask the Selection Committee & other JPRO Committees to contact their friends & colleagues (particularly managers who will nominate employees).
  • Why should this individual be chosen?
  • Name of Nominee
  • Recommender Name
  • Submit your nomination!
  • Choose a meeting date approx. 9-10 weeks in advance of notification & depending on volume of submissions, meet for 90-120 minutes to review the strength of each nomination.  Committee will conduct congratulatory call and email to winner & recommender.  PR materials will be given to winner & winner's organization to advertise the award and event.
  • Who should we choose? Who's going to notify the winner? Who will notify the org & nominator?
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