Nine Business Coaches from Down Under Made the President's Club ActionCOACH announced its newest President's Club list at its 2008 Global Conference.
/24-7PressRelease/ - Las Vegas, NV, - ActionCOACH, the world's number one business coaching firm, announced its prestigious President's Club list at its 2008 Global Conference held at the Newport Beach Hotel and Spa in California last week.
The Global Conference was also the single largest congregation of Business Coaches in the world. Business Coaches flew in from all corners of the world to attend the event, which featured an awards night during which coaches were awarded for excellence.
Business Coaches who have been in the system for at least five years are awarded membership into the President's Club. Nine coaches from Australia made it to the President's Club list:
ActionCOACH first started in Australia and soon became global; today it has over 1000 Business Coaches in 26 countries. Founder and CEO Brad Sugars made a modest beginning when he first started developing a series of seminars and workshops from a small room in a suburb of Brisbane, Australia. Today ActionCOACH is the leading business coaching firm in the world. Sugars is often credited with helping this category become the second fastest growing industry, next only to IT.
ActionCOACH Business Coaches are typically past executives or business owners with great expertise in all matters of running and operating a business. They specialize in helping small-to-medium sized businesses thrive and prosper.
"In today's tough economic times, it is becoming increasingly important to have a Business Coach. Business Coaches can provide a holistic view of all business matters and equip business owners with the tools to succeed," ActionCOACH Director of Marketing Jodie Shaw said. "Just as a business owner needs the services of an attorney and accountant, he also needs the services of a third A - an ActionCOACH."
ActionCOACH is the world's number one business coaching firm, with more than 1,000 offices in 26 countries. To learn more, go to actioncoach.com.