Simply Amazing Training is a national finalist in two categories of The SME National Business Awards.
Dee Clayton, the founder of Simply Amazing Training is understandably delighted by her place in the final.
“It is great to have all our hard work and success recognised in this way. For the past decade, I have been developing my innovative and fun presentation skills training, and have been successfully teaching business teams and individuals on how to tame their Public Speaking Monkeys®. The ‘monkeys’ are those negative voices that get inside your head and make you doubt your presenting abilities, and my training helps people put them firmly in their place.
My Public Speaking Monkeys® training has already won 7 business awards, and this is our first national award finalist status. This is especially timely now I’m expanding my business nationwide by licencing other trainers to join us and use the Simply Amazing Training monkey taming approach. Our aim now is to ‘Tame the UK’s Public Speaking Monkeys’, and I need others to join us to help achieve that.
I am currently looking for licensee trainers in Reading, Southampton and Hertfordshire so please contact me. As one of my licensees you could earn extra money alongside your main HR job or work on a flexible, part time basis.
Over the past year I have successfully worked with Marion Hewitt to licence out the Monkey Taming approach and now I’m excited to roll out that opportunity to coaches, trainers and HR professionals across the UK to begin a new chapter in our success.”
As a double finalist Simply Amazing Training has shown shown ‘outstanding initiative’ & ‘sound management practices’.
The award ceremony will take place at Wembley Stadium on 1 December.
Wish us luck!
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