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“John demonstrates respect and collaboration in any interaction he has with staff. We recently had a department meeting that brought many voices to the table, and John ensured every person who had an opinion was able to share it, and then helped to re-focus the discussion in a way that respected the varying perspectives and positions. People left the meeting feeling like they had truly been heard, and all of the staff input went into the final meeting outcomes."
These sample letters of support (PDFs) for each award should help guide your writing. MS Word templates for each award are also available to help guide your writing. Whenever possible, explain why or how a nominee demonstrates the required criteria. Show, don't just tell.
Who can/should provide a letter of support?
Letters of support should come from individuals who are familiar with the nominee’s work on a daily basis. The strongest nominations tend to include letters of support from a variety of individuals in different roles.
Can you be nominated for more than one award?
Yes, a nominee can submit an application for more than one award category. Please ensure that the letters of support map to each award's criteria.
Can past recipients/nominees be re-nominated?
Yes. Previous nominees are strongly encouraged to re-apply, but past recipients cannot be re-nominated unless it is for a different award category.