The SHRP is a designation reserved for the HR profession’s proven, high-impact leaders.
SHRP evaluation criteria were developed by a Canadian Council of Human Resources Associations (CCHRA) inter-provincial taskforce. SHRPs share six attributes in common:
- Trusted advisor
- Strategic orientation
- Breadth of knowledge—not just in HR, but management generally
- Ability to build HR strategy that aligns to business
- Ability to have significant impact and influence across their organizations
With SHRP recognition come certain responsibilities. SHRPs are ambassadors of their provincial HR association and encourage association membership for themselves and others. They are leaders that welcome the opportunity to mentor up-and-coming, high-impact managers; and they are encouraged to donate some of their time to participate in their provincial SHRP application review panels.
Sound like you?