Dee Clayton wins Business Person of the Year Award for East of England!

Dee Clayton wins Business Person of the Year Award for East of England!

We are delighted to announce that we won Business Person of the Year at the East of England Business Champions lunch on Wednesday!

You may remember we were nominated a while back for Enterprising Business and Business Person of the Year. We were so pleased to be named as a finalist for Enterprising Business – but even more delighted to have won the other category.

Dee has designed and developed her own proven multi-award winning techniques to transform the nervous, hesitant, or just plain boring presenter into a confident speaker, who understands how to truly engage an audience and share their key messages for lasting impact.

Most recently Dee has launched her webinar programme which is a time and cost effective solution to taming your public speaking monkeys and becoming a confident, fear free speaker. For further information contact us here to start your journey today.

Congratulations to everyone that was involved and roll on next year! If you run a business or want to raise your game I can highly recommend entering awards.

Even just going through the entry process makes you look at your business in a different light and helps you to continually improve.  What do you think? Have you entered any awards lately or had a success you want to share?

Dee Clayton

Posted by Dee Clayton on 30 Nov 2012

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