HR’s Rising Stars

 

Deadline for Submissions: Feb. 28, 2020

In its 15th annual competition, Human Resource Executive® magazine seeks HR professionals near the top of their organization’s human resource function who have demonstrated leadership in their position, the ability to successfully launch significant HR initiatives and programs, and the ability to tackle major HR-related challenges.

To be considered, candidates must have:

•  A role as the number two executive in an HR organization or as head of a major HR discipline;
•  At least four but no more than 10 years of experience in HR or a related profession; and
•  At least one year of experience with their current organization.

Nominations will be accepted from:

•  The senior-most HR executive for their organizations or operating companies/units;
•  Senior executives and officers of the organization;
•  Consultants and representatives with supplier organizations (must submit a signed endorsement from the candidate’s employer); or
•  Candidates themselves (must submit a letter of recommendation from their supervisor).

Recommendation letters should be emailed separately to hrecompetitions@lrp.com with “HR’s Rising Stars Letter of Recommendation” in the subject line.

Winners

The 2020 Rising Stars will be selected by a panel of judges assembled by Human Resource Executive®. They will be notified by April 15. Honorees will be featured online and in our June magazine, and they could earn an invitation to speak at the HR Technology Conference and Exposition to be held Oct. 13-16 in Las Vegas.

Submit your nomination below.

 

If you have questions or supplemental information to send, contact us at:

HR’s Rising Stars, Human Resource Executive®
hrecompetitions@lrp.com or (215) 784-0910, ext. 6342

 

HR's Rising Stars Nomination Form

  • All fields are required unless noted.
    Nomination deadline: March 8, 2021
  • Nominators must be:
    • The senior-most HR executive for their organizations or operating companies/units
    • Senior executives and officers of the organization
    • Consultants and representatives with supplier organizations (must submit a signed endorsement from the candidate's employer)
    • Candidates themselves (must submit a letter of recommendation from their supervisor).
  • All candidates must head a major HR discipline or be the second-highest-ranked HR executive at the organization, have 4-10 years of experience in HR or a related field and have been employed at their current organization for at least one year.
  • Must head a major HR discipline or be the second-highest-ranked HR executive at the organization
  • Must have been employed at their current organization for at least one year
  • Must have 4-10 years of experience in HR or a related field
  • Tell us below about this candidate’s three most successful accomplishments in the past 12-18 months. In addition to details about the project itself, judges would like to learn how the nominee demonstrated leadership, initiative and results-oriented drive to further the organization’s goals through this work.
  • Nominator information
  • Candidate's supervisor (if different from nominator)


  • Candidate's resume or CV, along with any supplemental information, must be emailed to hrecompetitions@lrp.com or uploaded below. (Max 8 MB)
  • Drop files here or