5 January The Key to Completing Hallmark Awards Entries? Teamwork. January 5, 2017By Melissa Mayer General Catalyst 2017, Hallmark Awards 0 Tweet "Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results." — Andrew Carnegie "Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much." — Helen Keller "None of us is as smart as all of us." — Ken Blanchard So the countdown is on… Chapter Hallmark Awards applications are due in 20 days. Don’t panic – divide and conquer with teamwork! Are you feeling overwhelmed as the Hallmark deadline approaches? Remember, many hands make light work. Chapter Hallmark awards applications shouldn’t be completed by just one or two people – instead it takes a team to complete projects, document, write, proofread and submit entries. The Hallmark Awards process is more than just a way to receive recognition, but also a way to bring your chapter together to catalog and celebrate your success. Find inspiration for your team in this article from Inc. of 15 memorable quotes about teamwork. Then, take advantage of these resources available to you on the Phi Theta Kappa website: 14 Things Hallmark Award Judges Wish You Knew Read This Before You Submit Hallmark Awards Hallmark Awards to Expand Recognition in 2017 Visit our Hallmark Awards page for more videos, nomination tips, best practices and sample winning entries. All Hallmark Awards applications must be submitted online and by 5 p.m. CST on the deadline dates. Individual awards applications are due January 11, and chapter awards applications (including Honors in Action and College Project) are due January 25. Find the applications with complete instructions and rubrics online. Related Posts Read This Before You Submit Hallmark Award Entries Hallmark Awards in Depth: Honors in Action Hallmark Awards to Expand Recognition in 2017 Hallmark Award Winners Announced Hallmarks are the tip of the Phi Theta Kappa iceberg 14 Things Hallmark Award Judges Wish You Knew Comments are closed.