Chamber boss Hue honoured with Prism Award
Profiles International strategic business partner Wendy Hue and her client, Kent Legal, have been honoured with a prestigious award by the International Coach Federation, Greater Toronto Area Chapter. The elite 2006 Prism Award, which recognizes organizations for "enhanced excellence and business achievement through their commitment to coaching as a leadership strategy," honors companies and their coaches in three categories. Kent Legal, specializing in recruiting for legal departments and offices, is the sole recipient in the small business category. Hue, who heads up Partners in Progress, a Halton Hills business and professional coaching firm, was honored for her successful coaching partnership with Kent Legal, led by Keiran Glynn, president, and Susan Bennett, vice president. Hue is a strategic business partner with Profiles International, a world leader in occupational assessments. Hue is also the current President of the Halton Hills Chamber of Commerce. Her firm uses and promotes Profiles' assessments for pre-employment, hiring, coaching, performance evaluation and personal development. Kent Legal is one of Hue's many clients
Wendy Hue, who heads Partners in Progress in Halton Hills, was recently honoured with an International Coach Federation award by the Greater Toronto Area Chapter. Submitted photo who use the state-of-the-art assessments. More information on Partners in Progress is available at www.partnersinprogress.ca. Founded in 1992 and originally incorporated as the National Association of Professional Coaches, Inc., International Coach Federation (ICF) is the largest not-for-profit professional association worldwide of personal and business coaches, with more than 8,500 members and 132 chapters in 34 countries.