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AWARDS

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2022 NIH Clinical Center
CEO Award for DEIA Efforts

The NIH Clinical Center awarded the Way To Go team to include Cynthia Way, Nkanta (Nick) Hines, Robin Goodbary, Bethany Schwarts and others as being part of the DCRI DEIA Education Team in recognition of their efforts around issues of race, gender, sexual identity, power, and privilege in a way that brought the topic to life.

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2022 NIH Clinical Center
CEO Award for DEIA Efforts

Nkanta (Nick) Hines was one of the WTG coaches to receive an award from the NIH Clinical Center in recognition of our efforts around issues of race, gender, sexual identity, power and privilege in a way that brought the topic to life.

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2021 NIH Clinical Center
CEO Award for Quality of Work-Life and Well-Being

Way To Go! Inc. received this award in recognition of providing a comprehensive training program for staff to promote healthy well-being.

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2018 International Prism Award Runner Up

Way To Go! Inc. was involved in the nomination of Airbus for the 2018 ICF International Prism Award for being able to contribute to promoting coaching and building a strong coaching culture. Airbus was the fourth runner-up on a global level.

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2010 Prism Award

In the year 2010, Way To Go! received a Prism Award from the International Coaches Federation (ICF) DC Chapter for having a great commitment to coaching initiatives and coaching’s impact on employees in the accomplishment of significant business results.

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ARTICLES

Relax, Relate, Release

By Jon McKeeby, David Olson, Cynthia Way

Published by: TD Magazine

When staff stress spiked and morale and well-being started waning, this department developed a solution to address workers' needs..........

SYSTEMS THINKING AS
A TEAM-BUILDING APPROACH

By Jon McKeeby, Cynthia Way

Published by: Pegasus Communications

The chief information officer (CIO) of the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center, a research hospital with a large outpatient facility, faced a formidable challenge: Over the last five years, based on the merger of two departments and increasing changes to meet the growing needs of this public healthcare organization, his department had expanded from a staff of 65 to 94......

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