Thursday, 24 February 2011

Norwich Business Coach Backs Macmillan Cancer Support Centenary Challenge





Norwich based business coach Suzanne Crouch, of Blackthorn Business Development, is backing Macmillan Cancer Support’s Centenary Business Challenge by offering five one-to-one coaching packages in return for a donation to the charity.

The coaching packages comprise five hour-long telephone or skype sessions and will be ideal for SME owners or managers or business start-ups. The money that Suzanne raises will go towards Breakaway Business Networking’s commitment to donate £1000 to Macmillan’s Centenary Business Challenge. For more information about the coaching packages contact Suzanne Crouch on 01603 301722, email suzanne@blackthornbd.co.uk.

Suzanne Crouch explained: “Professional coaching requires commitment from the recipient combined with a desire to change. It gives you the chance to move from where you are to where you want to be in quick time. I work with my clients to help them develop ideas and plans to achieve results in their business. The five sessions in my Macmillan package will be delivered over a period of around six months giving my clients the chance to set goals, take action and benefit from fast track development, as well as support a very good cause.”

Suzanne Crouch has six years experience working as a business coach. She regularly commutes to Aberdeen to work with Talisman and Marathon Oil and has also worked with B.A.E and Norfolk County Council, as well as Norfolk businesses including Banham Graham Chartered Accountants, The Bathroom Company Thorpe End and Swains International. She was involved in Business Link’s Columbus Project in 2005, coaching Norfolk business leaders. For more information about Suzanne Crouch, Blackthorn Business Development see http://www.blackthornbd.co.uk.

Blackthorn Business Development is a member of Breakaway Business Networking http://www.breakaway-networking.co.uk. Breakaway is an independent breakfast networking group that meets on Thursday mornings at Norwich Cathedral Refectory. The group has signed up to Macmillan Cancer Support’s Centenary Business Challenge.