Work-Life Rising Star Recognition Award
Nominations for the 2012 Work-Life Rising Star Award will be accepted until October 15. To nominate yourself, a colleague, client or someone else who embodies passion for change, for work and for life, click here.
The AWLP Work-Life Rising Star Award recognizes stellar, up-and-coming professionals who embody passion for change, for work and for life, says Kathie Lingle, executive director of AWLP. This is a long-term effort to identify and nurture the next generation of work-life leaders, who will continue to find new ways to ensure that every workplace becomes a great place to work.
Courtney E. Martin is an accomplished author and speaker. Her latest book, Do it Anyway: The New Generation of Activists has defined her as a genuine and smart voice of the next generation. She combines a fresh, activist perspective and a passion for breaking cultural barriers and stereotypes that can limit work-life progress.
Kyra Cavanaugh is president of Life Meets Work, a consulting firm that helps organizations implement and improve workplace flexibility. She provides companies that are striving to be best in class with an online, member-based community and services that include coaching, consulting and training. One of her goals is to advance work-life effectiveness as a productive business strategy.
Every year for the past five years, WorldatWork's Alliance for Work-Life Progress honors work-life thought leadership, best practices and innovation through its Work-Life Rising Star Recognition Award. Meet this year's winners and find out how to nominate someone for next year's awards.