The International Coaching Federation (ICF) Toronto chapter annually recognizes, honours and celebrates individual members, volunteers, partners, and organizations in our community. The winners demonstrate a remarkable commitment to advancing the art, science, and positive impact of professional coaching in their communities and beyond.
ICF Toronto and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion:
Our PRISM awards will be undergoing some minor changes this year and major changes during the next awards cycle. In keeping with our DEI statement goals (below), we are working to address systemic barriers in the nomination and judging processes. We will continue to monitor the impact of these changes as we work to a more inclusive and equitable awards program.
ICF Toronto is committed to creating a diverse and inclusive association where all coaches and clientele are treated with respect and equality. We will embody a community of belonging through our policies, programs, and procedures.
Our journey includes undertaking foundational work that focuses on the following:
The ICF Toronto PRISM Award celebrates businesses and organizations that have built a strong coaching culture, improved individuals' work experience and achieve measurable business outcomes as a result of coaching. Whether you are an internal or external coach, you may nominate an organization that you work with. Awards are given for profit and not-for-profit organizations.
Nominations for the 2023 PRISM award are now closed.
Honours and recognizes the lifetime contribution of an individual or business, outside the chapter membership, who has significantly contributed through their leadership to the growth of the coaching profession locally, nationally, or globally. (Award may not be annual, dependent upon nominations.)
Nominations for the 2023 Lifetime Achievement award are now closed.
Recognizes the long-term contribution of an individual or organization, who has significantly supported and contributed to the growth of the ICF Toronto Chapter and the advancement of the coaching profession locally, nationally or globally.
Nominations for the 2023 Partner of the Year award are now closed.
Recognizes an individual active coach member who has exhibited distinguished service to advance the coaching profession and ICF chapter.
Nominations for the 2023 Outstanding Individual Contributor award are now closed.
This award honours and recognizes the volunteerism of an individual or group who has significantly contributed to the growth of the Toronto ICF Chapter and the advancement of the coaching profession locally, nationally, or globally.
Nominations for the 2023 Volunteer of the Year award are now closed.
The PRISM Advisory Team is available to answer all your PRISM questions. The contact information for this team will be available soon.
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: