AZ HR Games provides a rare, exciting educational experience in HR student education. The competitive gaming appeals to the newer, tech-savvy generations. The educational element appeals to those looking for progressive cultures and real developmental opportunities. The learning culminates in a company versus company tournament, with an in-house and virtual audience. Below are the benefits and deliverables to help you improve leader and team performance and reinforce your brand through new marketing exposure.
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Students learn to interpret real-time feedback, analyze competitors moves, and make on-the-spot decisions that impact their strategy and team members.
Learning by doing is one of the most proven and effective ways to gain valuable knowledge to real-world situations. This program helps students:
- Recognize personal leadership skills and blind spots
- Understand induvial ability to make decisions under pressure in an ambiguous environment
- Solve real life business challenges
- Refine collaboration and communication skills across departmental silos
In addition to all the soft-skills the student will acquire through this process the student will also gain other valuable marketing collateral to improve their personal brand and help retain solid employment opportunities. These include:
- Opportunity to win up to $1,500 in prizes!
- A custom online web-page dedicated to highlighting their personal and educational accomplishments.
- A two-minute video showcasing their leadership skills and increasing their marketability in the workforce.
- Individual behavioral survey (a $160 value) that helps the students understand their strengths and areas of opportunity.
- Exposure to some of the top recruiting firms and employers in AZ who will be spectators at the two-day event.
- Extensive three-month multi-faceted media campaign highlighting the event and each student.
- Student must be a current SHRM student member (either associated with a state or local chapter or considered an at-large student member).
- Student must be an active college student in their junior or senior year majoring in Human Resources.