Absolutely delighted that TQT Training has been nominated as a finalist in the EVA Awards for Training and Coaching Business of the Year.
The Enterprise Vision Awards (EVAs) have been created to specifically recognise women in The North West who are inspiring others by successfully running their own businesses or are at the forefront of their profession.
EVA celebrates these women, who our championing entrepreneurial growth NW England and recognises the efforts they have made to start and develop businesses whilst facing challenges along the way.
The Quirky Traveller came about because of the recession and how this reinforced my belief that even the gloomiest of things can have positive outcomes if you work hard to find them. The juggling act of being a single Mum, dealing with family illness and bereavement whilst trying to grow a business, are challenges many of us face. I couldn’t have done it without the support of family, friends, colleagues and the kindness of strangers. Now I have a great team at TQT Training and am able to combine my 3 loves of travel, writing and helping others to fulfil their potential in many different ways. It really is a dream come true.
I was so surprised to reach the finals of this event, especially as there were so many excellent entrants. As many of you know, teaching, training and coaching are at the core of most of my working life – learning is a never-ending journey and one that enriches us all. The judging panel event was in July and, though I don’t expect to win, I did my best and shared some of the wonderful stories of clients and their business success that have come about as a result of TQT (and previously Chartwell) Training and Coaching support 🙂
Congratulations ZoÃ« and well deserved. Good luck for the finals.
Thanks so much Kat, I’m looking forward to the awards dinner and will be happy whatever the result!