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2016 PRISM Award winners, judges, sponsor, and organizers after the Award Ceremony on October 18, 2016, (from left to right):

Jennifer Lynn (PRISM Award judge), Dominic Scaffidi (HR Possibilities, Inc.), Martin Durocher (Sleeman Breweries), Carol Stevenson (The Scarborough Hospital), Marilyn Osborne (PRISM Award judge), Jennifer Britton (Potentials Realized), Dorothy Greenaway (Business Coaching Advantage, 2016 PRISM Award Sponsor), Waheeda Rahman (The Scarborough Hospital), Nance MacLeod-Lutchin (PRISM Chair, ICF Toronto), Rose Marie Nero (PRISM Award Judge), Meena Kaila-Gambhir (Director Community Outreach, ICF Toronto).

Winners of 2016 ICF Toronto PRISM awards announced at ICF Toronto "Proof Positive" conference on October 18, 2016

The winners of the 2016 ICF Toronto PRISM awards were announced at the ICF Toronto Proof Positive conference in Toronto on October 18th, 2016 in a ceremony sponsored by Business Coaching Advantage.

Derrick Navarro, President of the Board of the ICF Toronto noted, "The PRISM Awards originated at ICF Toronto back in 2000, and have since become an internationally recognized way of celebrating successful coaching programs within organizations. I would like to congratulate both of the 2016 PRISM Award recipients along with all of the nominees involved in this year's selection process. You are all winners in my mind."

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This year's winners of the ICF Toronto PRISM Awards were:

The Scarborough Hospital

The Scarborough Hospital won in the Large Public Sector organization category. The initiative was sponsored by Waheeda Rahman, Director for Organizational Development and Diversity at The Scarborough Hospital, who worked in partnership with Jennifer Britton of Potentials Realized.

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Sleeman Breweries

Sleeman Breweries won in the Large Private Sector organization category. Martin Durocher, Director of Human Resources at Sleeman Brewery, who worked in partnership with Dominic Scaffidi of HR Possibilities Inc., sponsored the initiative.

"Being recognized by the ICF validates that our program was built on a solid foundation of coaching competencies and implemented in a way to have maximum impact in our organization. We were very purposeful in the way we designed and implemented the program and I feel we did this successfully," said Martin Durocher. "This award corroborates that."

PRISM video Sleeman.mp4

The judges for this year's PRISM Awards were:

Jennifer Lynn ACC

Rose Marie Nero

Deborah Nixon PhD ACC

Marilyn Osborne ACC

Sue Sheldon MCC


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