(October 15, 2014 – Toronto, ON) The Toronto Chartered Chapter of the International Coach Federation (ICF) has announced the Judging Panel for the ICF-Toronto PRISM Award. The ICF-Toronto PRISM Award recognizes and showcases the epitome of what professional coaching can accomplish in organizations. Organizations using coaching programs that fulfill rigorous professional standards, address key strategic goals, shape organizational culture, and yield positive results are eligible for the ICF-Toronto PRISM Award.
Three members of the 2014/2015 PRISM Award Judging panel are returning members:
- Jennifer Lynn: CEO, Diversity Advantage International
- Pamela Preston, ACPC, ACC: Senior Learning Consultant, Mackenzie Investments
- Sue Sheldon, BSc, MCC: Founder, The Learning Continuum
The 2014/2015 Judging Panel welcomes new member:
- Rose Marie Nero: Director of Continuous Excellence, Nestlé Canada
The ICF-Toronto PRISM Award will be presented at the chapter’s annual conference on February 18, 2015. The deadline for nominations is October 17, 2014. Eligibility criteria and nomination forms are available atwww.ICFToronto.com/PRISM.
The 2013 recipients of the ICF-Toronto PRISM Award were the PACT Urban Peace Program and the City of Kitchener. Past recipients have included Scotiabank, Sysco, and Celestica.
ICF-Toronto is a chartered chapter of the International Coach Federation (ICF), a leading global organization for coaches, with over 20,000 members in more than 100 countries and more than 11,000 credentialed coaches worldwide. ICF is dedicated to advancing the coaching profession by setting high ethical standards, providing independent certification, and building a worldwide network of credentialed coaches. Coaching is a distinct service and differs greatly from therapy, consulting, mentoring, or training. Please visit www.icftoronto.com
for more information.
Chair, ICF-Toronto PRISM Award
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