Vet Carolyne Crowe has won Life Coach of the Year 2015 at the International Coaching Awards in Buckinghamshire.

Carolyne Crowe.
Carolyne Crowe.

Facing competition from experienced coaches working across a wide range of disciplines, Mrs Crowe was named Life Coach of the Year for her work with veterinary teams and individuals.

The experienced equine vet is a personal performance coach, mentor, international speaker and lecturer in the veterinary sector, and was nominated for the award by her clients.

In addition to her one-on-one life coaching, Carolyne also runs regular workshops and training sessions across the UK, focusing on leadership, team building, communication skills, personal effectiveness and stress management techniques to help professionals get the most out of their lives and careers.

She said: “I am absolutely delighted and honoured to receive this prestigious award from my peers. I feel privileged to do a job I absolutely love, helping practices look after and optimise the most important resource they have – their team.

“Ultimately, my aim is to have a positive impact on everybody I work with, help others get the most out of their life and career, empower and inspire clients to make changes that work for them, fulfil their potential and achieve their ambitions.

“Making a positive difference to others is an exciting, rewarding and very fulfilling job, and something I will never tire of. Onwards and upwards for 2016.”

For more information, visit www.carolynecrowe.co.uk

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