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ICF Toronto 2022 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 (award may not be awarded annually, dependent upon nominations).
- Must be nominated by a peer, may include nomination by an ICF Toronto Chapter Board member (self-nominations not accepted)
- Must be a member in good standing of the ICF Toronto Chapter, and paid the Activity Fee
- Must be a current PCC or MCC in good standing
Once the nomination has been submitted, the Judging Panel will review it and if the nomination meets all the criteria, the nomination process moves to the second stage of evaluation. In this second stage, the Judging Panel will request two additional letters of reference from the nominator to support the nomination and these will be included in the final Judging Panel's evaluation. 
Deadline for submission is January 31, 2022.

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Detailed Evaluation Criteria

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Core Values:

Describe and/or provide examples of how the nominee embodies ICF's four core values
 (200 words or less for each)
Letters of Reference
As part of the nomination process, you will be required to enter the names and email addresses of two (2) individuals who are willing to complete a reference form attesting to the nominee’s qualifications for the LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD. ICF TORONTO will send these individuals an email with a link to complete a reference form.

We will ask them to respond to the following prompts:

  • Discuss how the nominee has contributed to the coaching profession over the course of his or her career. (400 words or less)
  • Discuss the nominee’s career achievements to date. (400 words or less)
  • Describe how the nominee has contributed to and been a leader in ICF Toronto and Global over the course of his or her career. Examples include but aren’t limited to local and global board activity; committee/task force involvement; other volunteerism; presentations at local and global ICF events; and articles written for ICF publications. (400 words or less)
  • What has the nominee done that positions him or her as a thought leader for the coaching profession? Examples of thought leadership activities include but aren’t limited to books, articles, columns, research papers, seminars, workshops, programs, keynotes, blogs and podcasts. (400 words or less)
  • Describe and/or provide examples of how the nominee embodies ICF’s four core values:
    • Integrity (200 words or less)
    • Excellence (200 words or less)
    • Collaboration (200 words or less)
    • Respect (200 words or less)
Please note that for a nomination package to be considered complete, these individuals must complete and submit their reference forms by January 31, 2022.
Please email a copy of your resume to kim@icftoronto.com.
Should you have any questions, please contact Kim Leitch at kim@icftoronto.com or (416)960-4791x3.