Over 80 Postal Employees move forward in Engagement Leader of the Year Awards competition

11/9/2017 More than 80 Postal Service employees from across the nation are moving forward in the Engagement Leader of the Year Awards competition.

The awards recognize leaders who foster employee involvement, enthusiasm and commitment.

All USPS districts and vice presidents at postal headquarters in Washington, DC, were invited to choose nominees for the competition. Selection committees then reviewed these nominations and chose the first round of honorees.

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The Engagement Leader of the Year Awards recognize USPS leaders who foster employee involvement, enthusiasm and commitment.

“It is encouraging to see so many deserving nominations from the district and headquarters levels for the Engagement Leader of the Year Award,” said Employee Engagement Executive Director Kelvin Williams.

“When leaders take ownership of creating engagement to inspire their employees to be more involved, it improves the workplace environment and provides a better experience for employees and customers alike.”

The first round of honorees now move to the next level, where seven area honorees and one headquarters honoree will be chosen.

These individuals will become finalists for the National Engagement Leader of the Year Award, which is slated to be announced in January.

The first national award, presented this year, went to Eastern Area Operations Manager John Phelan.

The district and headquarters awardees are listed on Blue.

USPS has trained over 5,000 “engagement ambassadors” on how to improve workplaces

USPS Seeks Nominations for National Employee Engagement Leader of Year

source: Engagement award nominees move forward

4 thoughts on “Over 80 Postal Employees move forward in Engagement Leader of the Year Awards competition

  1. Wow!!!

    Only these inbred ass-clowns would have the audacity to award themselves for running a tax-exempt monopoly into the ground!

    They’re a total laughing stock…with their useless Linkedin pages and phony on-line degrees.

  2. Easy to talk about ” Engagement” when you sit in a office reading reports all day. Entirely different when you work in an AO and you are the end of the line. It all rolls downhill and ends on our laps. Try telling your Employees that they have to show up at 4:00 am Thanksgiving morning because Amazon wants to drop off their pallet. Its not a happy “Engagement”.

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