Since 2005, the International Prism Award program has celebrated businesses and organizations that have built strong coaching cultures. To do so and to be considered for this award, a business or organization must:
ICF has named two winners of the 2021 International Prism Award:
TD Bank Group – North American Contact Centre – TD Bank Group has offered coaching to colleagues since 2019 and effectively developed a multi-phased Coaching Ecosystem program which defines a flexible and achievable coaching program that creates space and time for leaders to connect 1:1 with colleagues to foster a culture of care, growth and impact. The program has resulted in improved employee engagement, well-being, and goal attainment. TD Bank Group testimonials from its coaching recipients demonstrate the outstanding impact of its program, both individually and across the organization.
Tata Consultancy Services – Tata Consultancy Services utilized coaching in a highly effective way, by providing it to all employees throughout the pandemic, across its global presence. This initiative also resulted in over 6,000 employees receiving training in coaching skills. Tata’s coaching led to increased levels of workplace engagement and well-being, including decreased stress, increased resilience and goal achievement.
In addition to these two organizations, this year ICF also recognized a Special Response to COVID Pandemic Honorable Mention. This has been awarded to F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd., Roche Italia and the Global Rare Conditions Teams for their notable response during these challenging times.
You can read the full press release for 2021 award winners here. When available, case studies on these organizations will be posted below.
In order to be eligible for this award, both the organization and nominating coach must meet the criteria outlined below. All nominations must be submitted online and in English.
To assist with the nomination process, ICF has provided the 2021 International Prism Award Scoring Rubric to use as a reference, as well as a sample of the nomination form for use as a worksheet. Both are available to download below. Please note that submission of this worksheet does not constitute a formal nomination of an organization. To be considered, all nominations must be submitted online and in English.
Watch the video below to understand the entire nomination process for the International Prism Award, facilitated by Awards Director Stephanie Norris.
Some ICF Chapters and regional groups also honor local organizations with Prism Awards each year. Please contact your local Chapter for more information.
If you are an ICF Chapter Leader interested in launching a local Prism Award program, contact ICF Awards Director Stephanie Norris at email@example.com.
2020 Prism Award Winner
International Trade Administration | Read the Case Study
Vancouver Coastal Health | Read the Case Study
2019 Prism Award Winner
Procore Technologies, Inc. | Read the Case Study
Salud Integral en la Montaña (SIM) | Read the Case Study
2018 Prism Award Winner
Ireland’s Health Service Executive | Read the Case Study
University of British Columbia | Read the Case Study
2017 Prism Award Winner
AFCC Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation Corp. | Read the Case Study
EY | Read the Case Study
2016 Prism Award Winner
GlaxoSmithKline | Read the Case Study
2015 Prism Award Winner
Rogers Communications | Read the Case Study
SAP | Read the Case Study
2014 Prism Award Winner
J.K. Organisation | Read the Case Study
CareSource | Read the Case Study
2013 Prism Award Winner
Isikkent Schools | Read the Case Study
Defense Acquisition University | Read the Case Study
2012 Prism Award Winner
Royal Australian Navy
JOEY RESTAURANT GROUP
BC Housing of Canada
The TINE Group | Read the Case Study
ibm.com (North America)
Solaglas Windowcare (United Kingdom)
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)
SYSCO Food Services of Canada
NASA (APPEL 4-D Systems)
Deloitte and Touche
University of Texas at Dallas (UTD)