National Business Women's Awards

National Business Women’s Awards 2019 Finalist

Simply Amazing Training of Dorset and Hertfordshire has been named as a business award finalist in three categories at UK Business Awards 2019.

Dee Clayton Founder and Managing Director of Simply Amazing Training has been announced Finalist at the 2019 National Business Women’s Awards as ‘Business Owner of the Year’, ‘Influential Business Woman of the Year’ and ‘Southern England Business Woman of the year’ categories.

Last year Dee and the team scooped Silver at the same awards. “Although we were pipped to the post for first place, we were thrilled to come second and to be acknowledged for showing “outstanding initiative” and “sound management practices.” You can read about all the other awards we have won here.

Winners will be crowned at gala presentations taking in Kensington on Thursday 12th December 2019.

The National Business Women’s Awards raises the profile of industrious, hardworking and enterprising Business Women Nationally. These awards are a sought-after accolade of achievement and a veritable endorsement of success in business.

Commenting about the recent announcements Dee Clayton, Founder and Director stated, “We are delighted that our clients, colleagues and business associates have supported our applications with testimonials about the powerful and positive impact of the training that our talented team deliver. On a personal basis, it is humbling to be recognised by fellow entrepreneurs, businesswomen and sponsor judges. I would like to congratulate all the finalists at both awards and very much look forward to meeting them in London.”

Simply Amazing Training offer specialist executive presentations skills coaching and management training throughout the UK and internationally.

They are famous for their Public Speaking Monkeys™ technique. The mind chatter or fear monkeys are the voices of self-doubt which cause so much anxiety. Their innovative technique gets to the unconscious in an approachable manner by helping clients “Tame” their monkeys and becomes confident speakers with a 99% success rate.

 

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Posted by Dee Clayton on 2 Oct 2019

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