Sydney, Australia --(PR.com)-- After a year of hard work, effort and enthusiasm, ActionCOACH founder and CEO Brad Sugars held an awards ceremony and dinner at the 2009 Global Conference in Sydney, Australia. The conference was held at the Sheraton on the Park.
"All of our coaches have worked very hard, and we want to honor those who have shown the greatest demonstration of effort, client results and success," Sugars said.
It was an exciting awards ceremony. For the first time in ActionCOACH history, two coaches won the coveted Coach of the Year award: Earl Kemper and Bruce Campbell.
Steven Kay of New South Wales, Australia, was inducted into the ActionCOACH Hall of Fame. Kay has been a Business Coach with ActionCOACH since 2001. Simon Harris, together with Kay, took home the Firm of the Year award. Ian Christelow and Julie Wagstaff proved to be another dynamic duo, taking home the Master Licensee of the Year award.
Cynthia Wihardja from Indonesia won the "Forum Poster of the Year" award. Thom Finn of of Pennsylvania, U.S., won the Best Client Results award.
Harry Raftos, with an office in New South Wales, Australia, took home the Best Client Retention award. Wez Hone from Queensland, Australia, won Best Awarded Client, and Ali Minbashian, also from New South Wales, Australia, won Employee Coach of the Year.
Chris Morrison won Rookie Coach of the Year award, and Gavin Bassett proudly won Most Improved Coach of the Year.
ActionCOACH delivers a highly systemized business development program to its clients – business owners seeking advice and help for their companies as an alternative to the costly and highly specialized services offered by conventional business consultants.
ActionCOACH is the world's number one business coaching and executive coaching franchise, with more than 1,000 offices in 26 countries.