Cirencester online marketer Vicky Henderson, founder out of Ascend Performance Coaching, is complete with won two awards in may for her work with young people.
Vicky can work across teenagers and schools upon the 1: 1 and masses basis as well as working with small business owners, leaders and their teams.
Towards starting her business to be able to 2017 she has always suggested some coaching on a pro-bono basis.
In January 2019, Vicky joined the nationwide Field Ready programme and seemed to be selected by Cirencester Student, Bindiya Hadani, to be your partner’s mentor.
After a wonderful 12 months coming together and unbeknown to Vicky, Bindiya nominated her for our Career Ready, 2020 Instructor of the Year Award.
Vicky wanted to say: “Being able to work with young children and introduce them the world of personal development is so important to a total of and something I would have thoroughly benefitted from at how old they are.
“Helping them improve their confidence, durability and giving them to programmes to manage anxiety sets those up thrive in life. ”
The minute Vicky was told while in February, that she had won the award she cried.
“It was very emotional, there is certainly 3000 mentors nationwide and I really wasn’t expecting that, ” Vicky said.
“Bindiya and I were off to The uk for the awards ceremony, the garment had been all very exciting. “Unfortunately, due to coronavirus we didn’t make it to London and the practical awards ceremony was held quick this month.
“Being part of Bindiya’s holiday or business trip has been fantastic, she is appropriate now studying for an MPsych inside Plymouth University, I’m in order proud of all she has achieved. ”
Bindiya shared a message boring virtual ceremony: “Big so to my mentor Vicky.
“You have now helped me so much over the past 2 yrs. Words cannot describe the manner in which amazing you are! ”
Vicky’s second surprise was waking up commence work in virtual Malaysia here at 1am on Saturday, November vinte e um, to find out that she had won the Cirencester Chamber of the Commerce award for Collaborative Social Enterprise, sponsored by way of FRC Financial Planning.
This merit also took into consideration Vicky’s outreach work with the Isbourne and CCP in Cheltenham supporting vulnerable young adults, a totally free support call service which had been available to anyone during the to begin with lockdown and Emotional Thinking ability masterclasses she delivered the 2 at Cirencester College combined with the Royal Agricultural University.