Hall of Fame 2017-08-04T16:20:43+00:00

NMA Hall of Fame

This award is given to an Individual in recognition of significant personal and professional contributions to the development of management / leadership – its advocacy through exemplary personal behavior, or its development via writing, teaching, or theory development. Consideration is also given to outstanding achievements in the related areas of human resource development, training, ethics, and transformational leadership. The recipient will be “inducted” during a general session of NMA’s Annual Conference.

Qualifications: Nominees are generally nationally or internationally recognized for outstanding managerial, leadership, and human resource developmental accomplishments. They are leaders, innovators, and thinkers in their chosen field(s) and their achievements should be shown to have significantly impacted the workplace. Recipients may be retired from their primary career and the honor may also be bestowed posthumously. The recipient or some representative must be present to accept the award. While NMA membership is not a requirement, the individual exemplifies the principles included in the NMA’s Code of Ethics.

Nomination Submittal: Award nominations must be submitted by the designated deadline date, on the approved forms made available to all Chapters and Councils, and contains a Chapter or Council endorsement.

Review and Scoring: The Recognition Committee will receive and review all nominations submitted for the Hall of Fame Award. Each committee member will score the four areas of the nomination.

Ranking and Final Judging: The NMA Staff will combine the scores submitted from the Recognition Committee to determine the top 3 nominations. By the July committee meeting, the 3 nominees with the highest number of points will be evaluated and a recipient of the award declared.

Hall of Fame Award Recipients