HBA Europe region is launching a new volunteer recognition programme | HBA

HBA Europe region is launching a new volunteer recognition programme

HBA Europe is proud of all our volunteers that contribute to growth of the European region and chapters, and we would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our volunteers for all of their time and dedication.

We’ve launched a new volunteer recognition programme, so you too can take the time to recognize and nominate someone special.

Honoured Volunteer (monthly)
The Honored Volunteer award rewards an HBA volunteer who has demonstrated outstanding service to the chapter/region. Typically offered on a monthly or quarterly basis, this award recognizes volunteers who show strong commitment to the HBA, make an outstanding volunteer contribution, and have high energy and positive attitude.

Spark (quarterly)
The Spark award is a peer-to-peer recognition program which honors any HBA volunteer who has distinguished themselves through “little bursts of awesomeness” in areas such as attitude, collaboration, pitching in, consistency, leadership and building community by supporting others.

Annual Awards

Lead (Leadership Excellence And Dedication) (annually)
The Leadership, Excellence and Dedication (LEAD) award is the highest honor an HBA volunteer can be given within their chapter. It honors a chapter or regional volunteer who has served as a volunteer for at least one year and made a significant contribution during the current calendar year. The LEAD award recipient has demonstrated excellence via sustained contributions at a regional level, positively impacted the region and its ongoing success, and demonstrated dedication to the HBA mission of furthering the advancement and impact of women in the business of healthcare.

Legacy (annually)
The Legacy award is presented to an HBA volunteer who has consistently demonstrated outstanding service and long-term contributions to HBA over five years. The recipient has been involved as a leader of multiple committee(s)/projects during the course of their volunteering.

Marie Curie (annually)
The Marie Curie award recognizes an innovation (a program, project, process, solution or strategy) that has had a significant impact on the chapter or region. The recipient has followed through on this innovation from concept to implementation and has had a clear and measurable impact on the chapter/region or the HBA overall.

Everest (annually)
The Everest award honors a significant accomplishment that went above and beyond the call of duty or was considered previously impossible. The recipient has shown a willingness to go the extra mile to improve HBA and extended themselves to help others with a high degree of excellence, professionalism, positivity and integrity in their work. She overcame a significant challenge and/or made a sacrifice to ensure an initiative, program and/or project was executed properly.


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