ICF Opens Nominations for Circle of Distinction, Young Leader Awards

November 14, 2017

Nominations are now open for the inaugural classes of two ICF awards programs.

The Circle of Distinction program recognizes experienced coaches who have made significant contributions to ICF and the coaching profession over the course of their careers. Eligible coaches must be ICF Members in good standing and hold a current PCC Credential or higher.

Members of the global coaching community are encouraged to learn more about the program and nominate a peer or colleague for the Circle of Distinction at Coachfederation.org/circle. (Self-nominations will not be accepted for this program.)

The Young Leader Award will celebrate coaches under the age of 40 who are poised to lead ICF and the coaching profession into the future. Eligible coaches must be age 39 or under at the time of nomination, be an ICF Member in good standing, and hold a current ICF Credential.

Coaches can learn more about this new awards program and nominate a peer, colleague or themselves for this honor at Coachfederation.org/youngleader.

The inaugural classes of Circle of Distinction inductees and Young Leader Award honorees will be announced in June 2018 at the ICF Midwest Region Coaches Conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA. Each award recipient will receive a complimentary conference registration and travel/hotel stipend from ICF Global, along with a trophy and lapel pin.

The deadline to submit nominations for both programs will be January 8, 2018, at 12 Noon (New York).