USPS districts have chosen their Engagement Leaders of the Year, a new award that honors managers and supervisors who are striving to create engaging workplaces for their employees.
All 67 districts were invited to choose one leader based on standard criteria, including their involvement, enthusiasm and commitment to improving their workplaces. In each district, a selection committee reviewed nominations and forwarded finalists to the district’s leaders.
All honorees will be recognized at ceremonies in their district, where they will receive a crystal award and coverage in local newsletters.
“The Postal Service is proud of the district-level Engagement Leaders of the Year,” said Employee Engagement Executive Director Kelvin Williams. “These individuals are on the front lines of engagement in our organization, making positive contributions at the grassroots.”
The honorees will now enter a second round of competition in which seven area and 22 headquarters awardees will be chosen, followed by a third round of 10 finalists selected by the Executive Leadership Team at USPS headquarters.
The competition will conclude in January with a national Engagement Leader of the Year Award.
LiteBlue has a list of the district-level honorees. The Employee Engagement LiteBlue site has additional information.