Facilitation Impact Awards
Have you seen the impact of facilitation?
If you’ve seen an organisation make a positive and measurable impact using facilitation, we’d like to hear your story.
As the leading professional association for facilitators, we understand how stories like yours can illustrate the power of facilitation.
The Facilitation Impact Awards honour organisations that have used facilitation to achieve a measurable positive impact using facilitation.
They are also a great way for people everywhere to learn from the facilitators who make that impact possible.
The nomination process
If you are interested in nominating next year, here is some information on the 2023 nomination process:
- Read the Facilitation Impact Award Guidelines for eligibility rules, criteria and a PDF of the online nomination form.
- Read Tips for telling your impact story.
- Watch a recording of the information session held on 11 May 2023.
We will update this information when nominations for the 2024 Facilitation Impact Awards open.
See Facilitation Impact Awards Governance Policy for information on how we govern the awards.
Facilitation Impact Awards ceremony
Join our celebration of how facilitation brings about results, change and progress!
The Facilitation Impact Awards ceremony will be held online on Thursday 2 November at 13:00 UTC. That's:
06:00 PST Los Angeles
10:00 BRT San Paulo
14:00 CET Paris
16:00 EAT Nairobi
18:30 IST Delhi
21:00 SGT Singapore
The ceremony will run for 90 minutes. It's free and everyone is welcome to join us.
Register now to check out the event platform, learn about the awards and help shape the event.
Congratulations to our 2023 Awardees
This year we are honouring 12 organisations and 42 facilitators who worked with them for using facilitation to have a positive and measurable impact.
Visit our 2023 Awardees Gallery to find out how our awardees used facilitation to have a positive and measurable impact on the challenges they faced.
Meet our past awardees on our social media: @iafacilitators #FacilitationHasImpact
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