Ian Christelow and Julie Wagstaff Wins Master Licensee of the Year Award at ActionCOACH's Global Conference
Ian Christelow and Julie Wagstaff won the Master Licensee of the Year award at ActionCOACH's Global Conference in Sydney, Australia.
Sydney, Australia --(PR.com)-- The world's number one business and executive coaching firm, ActionCOACH, honored Ian Christelow and Julie Wagstaff from Suffolk, United Kingdom, at its Global Conference (Aug 2-7) held in Sydney, Australia.
ActionCOACH founder and CEO Brad Sugars presented this award at the awards dinner held on Wednesday, August 5th at Sheraton on the Park, which is situated across from Hyde Park, the tree-lined oasis in the heart of Sydney.
The Master Licensee of the Year award considers the overall success of ActionCOACH and its clients. The company's growth rates of revenue, profit and the number of clients are compared.
Christelow just recently received the Master Licensee award at the annual 2009 EMEA (Europe, Middle East & Africa) Conference in April. He and Wagstaff won the Team of the Year award, the highest honor for Master Licensees.
"This is a coveted award for our Master Licensees," Sugars said. "Ian and Julie has worked incredibly hard and put out a lot of effort and hard work this year. I am very pleased to present this award to him."
When asked about his plans for 2009 when he won in April, Christelow said he was on a mission.
"Our objective is to add an additional 30 coaches to our team to help roll out our incredible systems and proven methodology to 300 more UK businesses in this critical time in the economic cycle," he said.
"Christelow is obviously on a mission. He's living up to his word," Sugars said. "I have no doubt he'll continue to impress and enjoy continued success."
Master Licensees within the ActionCOACH system are responsible for developing business and providing support to the franchisees within their territory.
ActionCOACH is the world's number one business coaching and executive coaching firm, with more than 1,000 offices in 26 countries.