MONTREAL, Oct. 26, 2012 /CNW Telbec/ - The Global Council of Corporate Universities (GlobalCCU) invites organizations that have a corporate university to apply for the 2012-2013 GlobalCCU Awards, a unique event that allows corporate university professionals to share best practices.
Applications will be accepted until November 20, 2012. The categories are as follows: Best overall Corporate University, Best impact of Corporate University on implementation of business strategies of the organization, Best Corporate University embodying the identity, the culture and the brand of the organization in its stakeholders, Best innovative Corporate University and Best Corporate University leveraging Corporate Responsibility.
The awards will be presented at a special ceremony in Paris on March 13, 2013, followed by a two-day benchmarking seminar on March 14-15. During workshops, participants will have a chance to learn from other applicants and expand their professional network.
The advisory and judging committee, which includes and is chaired by Annick Renaud-Coulon — a world-renowned expert on corporate universities and the Chairman of GlobalCCU—is made up of prominent professionals from corporate universities around the world: Desiê Ribeiro, Vale (Brazil); Josée Ouellet, Desjardins Group (Canada); Sash Padayachee, Landmark Group (United Arab Emirates); José Ángel Fernández Izard, formerly with Gas Natural Fenosa (Spain); Thierry Bonetto, Danone (France); Vikram Bector, Tata Motors (India); J.K. Suresh, Infosys (India); Filippo Romanini, Barilla (Italy); Christian Standaert, ArcelorMittal (Luxemburg); Jean Pfeifer, UBS (Switzerland); Annette Thompson, Farmers Insurance (USA); Mark Allen, Pepperdine University (USA) and Chris Hardy, Defense Acquisition University (USA).
For more information and to apply for the GlobalCCU Awards, go to: www.globalccu.com.
GlobalCCU, created by Annick Renaud-Coulon in 2005, is a leading global network made up exclusively of corporate university directors. Its objective is to help its members share their experiences, projects and issues so they can optimize their performance and show their stakeholders that their corporate university, academy, institute or campus is a true lever in creating value for individuals, their organizations and society at large.
Following a first global event in Paris in 2008 on the theme, "Your corporate university: leveraging your responsibility," GlobalCCU developed a collaborative platform, the Corporate the University Community Platform (CUCP), which has become a global authority, with corporate universities in 32 countries on four continents: South Africa, Germany, Austria, Azerbaijan, Denmark, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Croatia, United Arab Emirates, United States, Spain, Estonia, Finland, France, Great Britain, India, Indonesia, Italy, Luxemburg, Morocco, Mexico, Nigeria, Norway, Netherlands, Russia, Singapore, Switzerland, Sweden, Togo and Turkey.
SOURCE: Global Council of Corporate Universities
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