Bruce Campbell Accepts “ActionMAN” Award

Campbell achieved Emerald status in nine months.

Las Vegas, NV, August 13, 2008 --( The largest single gathering of Business Coaches took place at the 2008 ActionCOACH Global Conference held at the Newport Beach Marriot Hotel & Spa in California.

ActionCOACH, the number one business coaching firm in the world, played host to this landmark event as Business Coaches from as far as Indonesia flew in to attend.

At the company’s awards dinner, 14 Business Coaches were honored with the “ActionMAN” award. This award recognizes individuals who embody the essence of ActionCOACH, its philosophy and its 14 Points of Culture.

ActionCOACH Bruce Campbell was honored with one of the awards, presented by ActionCOACH founder and CEO Brad Sugars.

“Bruce has embraced our 14 Points of Culture, and he truly is ActionMAN,” Sugars said. “He is a great sportsman and an even better businessman. He has grown at a rapid pace and has been able to achieve Emerald status within a short period of time.”

ActionCOACH Business coaches can achieve bronze, platinum, emerald or diamond status, which is based upon revenue, clients, retention rates, etc.

Campbell is an active sportsman who has been playing and coaching rugby union for more than 26 years. He coached two rugby teams to Premiership Grand Final wins in Australia and the United Kingdom. He recently retired from the game but is still active in the world of sports.

Campbell brings over 13 years of business development experience in a variety of industries to ActionCOACH. He was awarded Emerald Level Mentor Coach status in August 2007 within the global ActionCOACH network, placing him in the top 1% of Coaches globally.

Campbell has a keen interest in other cultures and countries, and enjoys reading non-fiction books on war history, autobiographies and travel.

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Jodie Shaw
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