DAVE ULRICH HR PRACTITIONER AWARD
The Dave Ulrich HR Practitioner Award is designed to recognise HR practitioners who demonstrate excellence through their achievement of business outcomes.
Eligibility: HR practitioners who are currently working as an HR generalist, and have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in this position at the time of application.
|CRITERION||DEFINED AS||SUGGESTED EVIDENCE|
|Achievement||The applicant has been recognised for excellence in an academic or career capacity.||Tertiary awards, reward and recognition programs, academic transcripts.|
|Impact||The applicant has made a tangible contribution to the organisation or the wider business community.||Participation on project teams/ working parties/ steering groups/ focus groups/ committees/ boards, presentations at conferences/ events/ education.|
|Progression||The applicant's career demonstrates an upwards trajectory beyond the expected.||Resumé, references, letters of commendation.|
|Leadership||The applicant has demonstrated a capacity for leadership.||Management/supervision roles, community roles, committee chair.|
|Commitment||The applicant has demonstrated a passion for HR through service to the profession.||Membership/ contribution/ representation of professional/ industry association, education of students, presentations at industry events.|
|Innovation||The applicant is ahead of the field in ideas and practices.||Leadership of project/ initiative teams, research undertaken into new practices/theories, training undertaken in new areas of the profession.|
|Credible Activism||The applicant demonstrates personal credibility but also a point of view about the business.||References from colleagues, participation on taskforce, contribution to business-wide/ cross-functional teams, demonstration of ethical behaviour, recognition as role model in the organisation.|
|Strategic Architect||The applicant demonstrates an understanding of strategy and how HR will deliver strategy.||HR strategy documents demonstrating alignment/ contribution to organisation strategy, evidence of participation/ role in strategy setting.|