The Excellence in Practice Awards have attracted an impressive set of more than 35 submissions. The 2022 portfolio is again very interesting and diverse, across continents, industries, challenges addressed. At this stage, we are composing the jury and still have some seats available for our company members. Are you interested in joining? Please contact Florence.
EFMD continues to foster the connection between learning providers and clients through the Excellence in Practice (EiP) Awards testifying to the impact of investing in human and organisational development. With 35 submissions received this year illustrating the power of collaborations in various contexts globally, we look forward to reading, discussing and sharing these cases in the next 12 months.
Every year, EFMD invites representatives from within its network to be part of this process of selecting the most outstanding cases. We are still looking for some corporate jury members. It’s a nice opportunity for benchmarking and shared learning amongst peers. Are you willing to be part of it? Please contact Florence.email@example.com
About 35 people join the jury, half of them being L&D experts from companies, the others representing the provider’s side (business school, executive development centres, consultancies). Being part of a jury involves reading a maximum of 10 cases in April and two conference calls (one at the beginning and one at the end), all in a well-structured process. Feel free to read the EiP 2021 winning cases if you are still hesitant to join. Looking forward to meet-up and discussing!
“Last year I was a first-time jury member in the Excellence in Practice Award. Of course, this was an investment in time. But an extremely value-creating investment and enriching experience for me personally and in my role as an L&D professional. I got a lot of insights via the cases, I had fruitful exchanges with the jury members and had deep insights through the EFMD facilitation and orchestration of the entire process. Thank you for providing me with this learning opportunity looking beyond companies and ecosystems.”
Being part of a jury has been for me the opportunity to put myself in the shoes of others, to connect with a diverse panel, to dive into very different and very interesting cases to be able to provide constructive feedback for each of the companies.
Michèle Merle, Manager, Learning & Development Partner, ArcelorMittal University