Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) August 21, 2007
Alliance for Work-Life Progress (AWLP), an affiliate of WorldatWork, is searching for stellar, up-and-coming professionals who demonstrate emerging leadership and growing contributions to the work-life field for its Work-Life Rising Star recognition program. Nominations will be accepted online Aug. 20-Nov. 2, 2007, at http://www.awlp.org/award.
Nominations are being sought for innovative, high-potential career starters or individual mid-career contributors who exhibit a combination of professional and personal attributes that demonstrate emerging leadership and growing contributions to the work-life community. The Work-Life Rising Star encourages professionals to remain engaged in the work-life profession and ultimately advance work-life effectiveness.
In the 2007 inaugural year, AWLP named five Work-Life Rising Stars representing the academic environment, practitioners and consultants: Barbara Ashby, Manager, Work-Life, Child Care & Family Services, University of California-Davis; Teresa Hopke, Director, Work-Life Strategies, RSM McGladrey; John-Anthony Meza, Associate Director, National Community Involvement, KPMG LLP; Jennifer Swanberg, Ph.D., Executive Director, Institute for Workplace Innovation, University of Kentucky; and Cali Williams Yost, President/Founder, Work+Life Fit Inc.
2008 recipients will be presented the opportunity to be mentored by established work-life professionals and to enhance their careers in the work-life field through exclusive professional development. Recipients will also be involved in the following year’s selection of Work-Life Rising Stars. Recognition will be acknowledged publicly in Philadelphia at the WorldatWork Total Rewards Conference & Exhibition set for May 20-23, 2008.
No self-nominations will be accepted. For further information or to complete the free nomination form, visit http://www.awlp.org/award.
About Alliance for Work-Life Progress®
Alliance for Work-Life Progress (http://www.awlp.org) is a global network of professionals committed to advancing work-life effectiveness. Founded in 1996, AWLP® facilitates work-life thought leadership, research and practical strategies to influence better integration of work, family and community. AWLP is part of WorldatWork (http://www.worldatwork.org), the total rewards association.
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