Simply Amazing Training Finalist in 3 Award Categories

We’re very excited at Simply Amazing Training HQ because we’ve been chosen as a finalist in 3 categories of the FSB Hertfordshire Business Awards  : Dee Clayton for Real Life Entrepreneur Award, Simply Amazing Training in the St Albans Small Business of the Year Award and our “Public Speaking Monkeys®” concept is finalist in the Business Innovation Award.

As you may be aware Dee Clayton started the business from scratch in 2008 and has since shared her passion for training and helped many clients and businesses go from strength to strength. Just a few years ago was set up as a specialist niche in presentation skills training and helps those with  public speaking fear, or those who hate presenting even in small teams. Because speaking in public can generate feelings of intense anxiety we use our own unique proven “Public Speaking Monkeys” technique to transform the nervous, hesitant or just plain boring presenter into a confident speaker who understands how to truly engage an audience and make their message memorable for all the right reasons.”

This year we published “Taming Your Public Speaking Monkeys®” which makes the innovative and effective approach available to everyone so there’s no need for fear to hold anyone back any longer.

We are delighted that Simply Amazing Training has been shortlisted for St Albans Small Business of the Year, Dee Clayton selected as a finalist for Real Life Entrepreneur and our Public Speaking Monkeys concept again recognised and shortlisted for Business Innovation.

We are crossing our fingers and toes awaiting the judges’ final decision which will announced at a Gala Dinner on 21st June at Shendish Manor Hotel Hertfordshire. Good luck to everyone else who has been selected too!

Dee Clayton

Posted by Dee Clayton on 21 May 2012

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