International recognition for coaches and mentors
5 December 2012
Nine businessmen and women have received international recognition for their work in coaching and mentoring their employees.
The students, who studied at Glyndŵr University, collected Level 5 and Level 7 Coaching and Mentoring qualifications from the Institute of Leadership and Management.
Training was delivered by the Agile Group and THE training group at the university’s Wrexham campus.
Employees from Brother, Clwyd Compounders, Flintshire County Council and Exopak were present at the awards ceremony at St Deiniol’s Library, Hawarden.
They were presented by the Lord-Lieutenant of Cheshire David Briggs and the High Sheriff of Clwyd Henry Dixon Esq.
Chris Jones, head of the business school at Glyndŵr University, said: “I’d like to congratulate all of the students on their achievements. Coaching and mentoring skills are vital for organisations to develop their staff and we are pleased to have helped contribute towards this.
“I’m sure the ILM qualifications and the skills they’ve gained on the course will help them immensely as they progress in their careers.”