They’re like buses…
On Friday evening our very own Scalability Coach was awarded the honour of “Business Mentor of the Year” at a gala event in London. The awards dinner was organised and hosted by APCTC, the UK’s leading body in Coaching, Training and Consultancy. The evening was labelled as ‘celebrating excellence in the coaching community’.
The annual national Coaching Awards are a prestigious black tie event that celebrates the amazing achievements of the best coaches in the industry and the sought after Business Mentor of the Year is a hotly desired accolade for any business coach.
Commenting at the awards ceremony Martin said: “I’m genuinely humbled to be honoured by the industry standard in professional coaching. Being a mentor can often feel an isolating profession and to spend an evening with like-minded people, recognising each other’s talents is both rewarding and empowering.
“Good advice can help businesses put simple systems and practices in place to make sure they stay on track, but more importantly, achieve everything they ever hoped and dreamed it would”.
Upon hearing the news, Kate Lester, founder and CEO of Guildford-based Diamond Logistics proudly shared: “Well done to our Scalability Coach. And if anyone else needed reason to work with Martin he’s worked with Diamond Logistics and we are doubling turnover year on year. So what could Martin Norbury do for your business?”
The team at Basingstoke’s Petra Jewellery said: “We just wanted to say CONGRATULATIONS on winning Business Mentor of the Year! We all think you thoroughly deserve it and we love it when you come and visit us. You have made such a difference in the short time that you have been working with us and we just don’t know how you do it”.
Mark Rose, Managing Director at Telecommunications firm Boosh 365, based in Fleet commented: “I have found that my business has a new focus and drive that I can only put down to the help from Martin. He doesn’t only have great ideas to help my business, he has examples of how he has helped grow other businesses and I immediately feel a sense of trust and confidence in making my next business decision. And he isn’t afraid to tell you that you’re doing something wrong or are about to make the wrong decision, which when you run a business as the sole owner it is extremely helpful to have a sounding board”.
So no pressure Martin… what does April hold?!