The NLP4Kids team felt that we had to enter our director Gemma Bailey in ‘Business Person of the Year’. Gemma has spent so many hours and late nights working to progress the company. Her enthusiasm and creative skills have allowed the company to grow into a glowing franchise. The effort that Gemma puts into helping children is astounding, she has made continuous effort over the year in working with both adults and children. It was also Gemma who acknowledged that many schools and parents have no knowledge of NLP and didn’t understand how it could be helpful to them. As a response to this, she changed the entire marketing strategy to focus on the problems we help young people and families to solve and made all of our literature focus on the problems that parents and teachers identify. This developed into nine clear programmes, each lasting 10 weeks that the practitioners now deliver in schools with a strict structure around the content they will deliver each week.
Fingers crossed that all her hard worked paid off!
At present, the judges are scanning through all the entries in search for the best business and the best business leaders in Hertfordshire. The judges will decide on a short-list by 14th October. In hope that we can make it this far, we will then be visited by the judges, which will further gives us the opportunity to show how we have numerous NLP4Kids Practitioners located across the UK and how they help children who suffer from emotional challenges. NLP4Kids also has their own twitter (@NLP4Kids), Facebook and YouTube channel and has a incredible website of resources which provides much more detail on who we are and what we can do to help children.
The first edition of our new NLP4Kids book ‘Stop anxiety and Grow Confidence’ is also been mentioned in the awards (a few times)! The book is extremely important to the company; it will help many teachers and parents to support their children who may have emotional challenges.
NLP4Kids is holding onto the phone in waiting for the call to say we have got through!