PRLog - April 18, 2011 - COQUITLAM, British Columbia -- Kitchener/Cambridge/
The Time Award was given to the Queen West Physiotherapy & Acupuncture business owners Tom & Len Kiroplis & Elena Mustata) - located in Brampton, ON- for showing significant growth or improvement in delegation, using default diaries, eliminating unimportant tasks, and choosing to take time for themselves.
Traffix, owned by Ann Mary & Chuck Snow in Milton received the Team Award for increasing efficiency by 17% through implementation of culture, a common goal and getting the right people to work together.
The Money Award, given to a company who shows significant growth or improvement in bottom line results and/or cash flow, was awarded to Vertex Environmental in Cambridge and owned by Bruce Tunnicliffe who quarter over quarter had an 80% increase in new revenue.
And top honors went to Sunbelt Network and Rob Mitchell located in Guelph who received the Focus Bat Award which is given to a company who must show measurable results or significant change in the way they do business and a sustained and consistent effort throughout the 90 days. They achieved a 100% goal attainment for their quarter one goals.
“A 90 day plan is a lot of work, and we just want to acknowledge the great work our clients are doing. They have chosen to commit themselves to success, and we are thrilled to be helping them get there,” says Ken Zelazny, one of the ActionCOACH Business Coaches who runs the sessions.
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