Thursday, 29 May 2014
National Academy of Human Resources Ram Charan HR Essay Contest - The deadline for submission of essays is August 1, 2014.
The National Academy of Human Resources (NAHR) announces the 2014 Ram Charan HR Essay Contest. Essays are requested from university undergraduate and graduate students globally majoring in Human Resources, Industrial/Labor Relations or related fields for the following topic:
Performance Management - A Very Real Issue for Employers and Employees
he essay contest is designed to stimulate interest in the HR profession as a career for the best talent in the global education system and to further advance the NAHR Fellows' knowledge and understanding in particular areas of interest.
Essays will be evaluated and judged by a panel of distinguished HR professionals – Fellows of the National Academy of Human Resources (NAHR). The NAHR is an honorific organization which recognizes individuals and institutions of distinction in Human Resources for exceptional professional achievement.
Essay contest winners will be announced at the NAHR annual installation of new Fellows on November 6, 2014 in New York City. Contest winners’ expenses will be paid to attend the ceremony. The award is named for Dr. Ram Charan, a Distinguished Fellow of the NAHR and a world renowned author, speaker and business advisor. For over 35 years Dr. Charan has consulted with some of the world’s most successful leaders and companies.
Cash Prizes of $20,000.....$10,000.....$5,000 (U.S.)
Awarded for the best three essays
Essay evaluation criteria:
Addresses the topic
Provides original thoughts
Readable and persuasive
Bonus for academic or research references
Minimum 5 pages, maximum 20 pages (Number of pages refers to essay, not reference material. Those pages should be numbered). Double spaced, 12 point font
Cover sheet to include:
Anticipated graduation date
APA format accepted (but not required)
Submit by email (PDF format) to: email@example.com
President, National Academy of Human Resources
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