In 2000, the ICF Toronto Chapter created the PRISM Award to recognize organizations that use coaching to yield measurable business results. Since 2005, ICF Global adopted the PRISM Award that has become the epitome of what professional coaching can accomplish at the corporate/ organizational level.
As part of ICF Toronto's strategic objective to enhance our sense of community, in 2020 we introduced two additional awards: the Outstanding Individual Contribution award, and the Lifetime Achievement award.
All three of these awards allow us to recognize excellence across many facets of our community and membership.
ICF Toronto PRISM Award
The ICF Toronto PRISM Award recognizes and showcases organizations that are using coaching to achieve measurable business results and a positive impact on their people.
For more information about the criteria for nominating an organization for a PRISM award, please see the 2022 PRISM Sample Application and Nomination Form.
ICF Toronto Outstanding Individual Contributor Award
Recognizes an individual, active coach member who has exhibited distinguished service to advance the coaching profession and ICF chapter.
To view the 2022 Outstanding Individual Contributor Sample Application and Nomination Form, please click HERE.
To read about Outstanding Individual Contributor 2020 winner Ann Fogolin, click HERE.
ICF Toronto Lifetime Achievement Award
Honours and recognizes the lifetime achievement of an individual who has significantly contributed through their leadership to the growth of the coaching profession and ICF Toronto chapter. Must be nominated by a peer, may include nomination by an ICF Toronto board member (self-nominations not accepted).
To view the 2022 Lifetime Achievement Sample Application and Nomination Form, please click HERE.
To read about our most recent Lifetime Achievement award winner, Karen Wright, MCC, click HERE.
NEW THIS YEAR - The PRISM Advisory Team - here to answer all your PRISM questions. Meet our 2022 team HERE.
Get all your PRISM Award questions answered in this one hour information webinar, hosted by Alicia Saint, and featuring PRISM award recipients Janet Emmett, Dominic Scaffidi, and PRISM Judge, Ralph Cochrane.
Raise your chances of winning an ICF Toronto Chapter Award - see the video, Raising Your Game with Dominic Scaffidi, Janet Emmett, and Kanchan Prinsloo below: