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Conflict resolution entrepreneur beats off competition to win a duo of awards

16 November 2016 10:46

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A Leeds-based founder of a national conflict resolution and personal safety firm has been awarded two awards by the biggest growth accelerator programme in the world.

Darren Good, founder of Leeds-based GoodSense Training, has been awarded £2,000 for his passion and dedication to growing his business on the Entrepreneurial Spark programme. The #GoDoAcceler8 award was awarded at an evening awards ceremony in the Leeds Entrepreneurial Spark office space on Wednesday 9 November 2016.

Darren also picked up the Entrepreneurial Development Manager’s choice award for being a supportive entrepreneur in the Leeds base.

The #GoDoAcceler8 award seeks out entrepreneurs who have gone the extra mine to ensure the continued growth and success of their business and were announced in front of more than 60 business owners on the programme, mentors and representatives from partner firms with simultaneous events happening in all 16 hatcheries across the UK.

Entrepreneurial Spark is funded by NatWest, KPMG and Dell EMC to support start-up and scale-up businesses with high growth potential, and the awards follow successful entrepreneurs journey over the last 6-12 months.

GoodSense is a leader in conflict management training for both the public and private sector. Having formed in 2004 the firm has experienced significant growth in the past four years.

Darren comments:

“It is an amazing achievement to be awarded the Acceler8 award. The company has grown exponentially since we joined the Entrepreneurial Spark programme and so it is fitting to have been recognised for the hard work and business progression made over the past three months.”

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Issued on behalf of GoodSense Training by MacComms. For more information, contact Ellie MacDonald on 079891 59138 or email ellie@maccomms.net.
About GoodSense Training

GoodSense Training was formed in 2004 by Darren Good, a leading expert on personal safety and conflict resolution in the UK. Darren has delivered training to the public, private and third sectors, and following his position on the largest growth accelerator programme in the world, Entrepreneurial Spark, GoodSense has seen record breaking growth.

Darren’s knowledge in this area is vast and having studied self defence systems since the age of sixteen, he is a passionate market leader in conflict resolution and personal safety.

Darren is a master practitioner in NLP, and has expertise in coaching to drive behaviour change. He is a member of the Institute of Conflict Resolution (ICM), and works closely with the National Federation for Personal Safety (NFPS) to maintain his evidence based on current legal aspects.

For more information see http://www.good-sense.co.uk/.

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About GoodSense Training

GoodSense Training was formed in 2004 by Darren Good, a leading expert on personal safety and conflict resolution in the UK. Darren has delivered training to the public, private and third sectors, and following his position on the largest growth accelerator programme in the world, Entrepreneurial Spark, GoodSense has seen record breaking growth.

Darren’s knowledge in this area is vast and having studied self defence systems since the age of sixteen, he is a passionate market leader in conflict resolution and personal safety.

Darren is a master practitioner in NLP, and has expertise in coaching to drive behaviour change. He is a member of the Institute of Conflict Resolution (ICM), and works closely with the National Federation for Personal Safety (NFPS) to maintain his evidence based on current legal aspects.

For more information see http://www.good-sense.co.uk/.

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