We hope to see you at this year’s Prism Award Ceremony, on Thursday Night,
June 13 at the Omni Hotel Park West.
Patti Burgess, the architect of the award has said that the concept for the award came to her when she thought of coaching as a tool to help clients create “full spectrum living” for themselves. The idea of a spectrum led to “prism” because of the ability of the quartz crystal to refract light into the full spectrum of colors. It represents the clarity of thinking, the harmony, and the alignment of many human energies working together to achieve business/organizational goals.
Our chapter has had an active Prism Awards program from the very first year (1995) that ICF launched the Global Prism Awards.
This will be an impressive day of learning about best practices from our four finalists and celebrating the eventual winners over a fine dinner. Come see which companies will add their names to the list of past winners from ICF-NT:
2005 Prism Award honored both IBM Americas.com and ORACLE Corporation. The chapter was elated that IBM went on to win the 2005 Global Prism Award.
2006 Prism Award honored The University of Texas Dallas School of Management for its commitment to coaching in both the Executive and Professional Coaching Program and the Executive MBA Program. This local winner also claimed International recognition as one of the 2006 Global Prism Award recipients at the Global ICF Conference.
2007 Prism Award honored EDS. IBM Americas.com was honored for a second time because of their significant growth in their Internal Coaching programs.
2007 Prism Nominee and ICF Global Prism Award winner was Deloitte and Touche.
2009 Prism Award honored Raytheon.
2010 Prism Award was not presented.
2011 Prism Award honored McKesson Corporation and the Lewisville Independent School District.
2012 Prism Award also featured two honorees: The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, for their multi-year coaching program serving administrative and medical audiences through coaching; and Xerox Business Systems, for using coaching as a vehicle to promote excellence.
See you there!