We are delighted that Marion Hewitt, a Licensee of Simply Amazing Training, was recently awarded the Continuous Professional Development (CPD) Coach of the Year Award at the TCA International Coaching Awards.
The credibility of this award will give clients even greater confidence when working with her; knowing that she is up to date with the latest techniques for helping clients achieve their results. And she continues to challenge herself in the same way as she challenges her clients, to set themselves goals and continuously improve.
When being presented with the award, she was described as:
‘An inspired coach who strongly believes in the power and transformational effect it can have on clients. She coaches and empowers clients to fulfil their potential whilst drawing on her HR expertise. Marion continues to set herself goals for her own learning and development, and has her own coach to ensure she maintains momentum and focus.’
Clients benefit because:
To find out more about Marion can help you with public speaking mentoring, please call her on 07954 331169.
Simply Amazing Training, specialist executive presentations skills coaching and management training of Bournemouth and St Albans, have been named as an award finalist in three categories in the SME National Business Awards 2018. Winners from …
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An award winning end to 2017 with a gold international award and a silver national award.
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The presentation is your chance to shine. You are away from the constraints of just answering questions.
“What’s your X-Factor?”
Treat it as your opportunity to show others what makes you unique.