Business Daily Media

Rhiannon Rees wins top business coaching award

  • Written by Adrianne Kern


Rhiannon Rees, renowned Aussie business coach and best-selling author, wins prestigious global business coaching awards

Australian-born Rees awarded IAOTP 2019 ‘Top Business & Performance Coach of the Year’

Kingscliff, Australia, August 14, 2019: Rhiannon Rees, Australian-born international high-performance coach and best-selling author, has won the ‘Top Business and Performance Coach of the Year 2019’ award from the International Association of Top Professionals (IAOTP). This  prestigious award acknowledges Rees’ outstanding leadership in the coaching industry. She was chosen ahead of one hundred finalists, from thousands of nominations around the world.

This award follows two other significant accolades this year. Rees was the winner of the 2019 Silver Stevie Award for ‘Innovation in Product Development’ in July and was also voted in the Top 30 Global Coaching Gurus – a position she has held for the past 6 years running. She is currently ranked #10, behind Tony Robbins and Jack Canfield.

The IAOTP is an invite-only international networking organisation that hand-picks and honours the world’s most distinguished professionals across different industries. The IAOTP's panel of experts receives thousands of nominations annually, and selects 100 Top Professionals per category. The judging panel reviews nominees over a  six month period based on accomplishments, academic achievements, leadership abilities, longevity, affiliations and community contribution.

When asked what factors contributed to Rees winning this prestigious award, Stephanie Cirami, President of the IAOTP explained: “Choosing Rhiannon Rees for this award was an easy decision for our panel – how could she not win it? Through her business, the Conscious Coaching Collective, as well as her own community work, Rhiannon has empowered professionals all over the globe through her wisdom, experience and passion. We also found her to be humble and gracious, with a breathtaking personal growth story that inspires us all. We believe she will be an amazing asset for our organization and we look forward to honoring her at the Annual Award Gala Event in December.”

With over two decades of professional experience, Rees is well known as an international high-performance coach and a best-selling author. She is one of the world's most refined, ‘multi-modal’ self-development experts,  focusing on reversing self-limiting beliefs through a combination of 'business therapy' and robust business strategy. Her reputation is founded on her willingness to serve the needs of the most vulnerable people in our society just as vigorously as she nurtures the success of the business elite. Rees supports and coaches homeless people and single parents gratis, helping them to acquire jobs and accommodation, and reunite with their children, some of whom are in external care.

“I am thrilled and humbled to win this prestigious award from the IAOTP, as well as other accolades this year. I believe that my success is based on showing clients how to break free of self-limiting beliefs around wealth, health, success and freedom. While I am in the business of growing businesses and business champions, my approach is always to combine business success with conscious self-development and ethical action,” Rees said.

"It always fascinates me that in the U.S. coaches, trainers and therapists are par for the course, but here in Australia there is resistance to asking for this kind of help: perhaps it’s cultural, or part of our 'tall poppy syndrome'. My hope is that business coaching becomes better understood and more widely utilised here by business owners as an affordable, practical solution to personal and financial obstacles," Rees added.

As a results-driven professional, Rees helps build multi-million dollar companies and individuals. On average, Rees has increased clients’ business worth between 200% to 500% gross revenue annually. Rhiannon’s impressive stable of clients have included: the Spice Girls, Grey’s Anatomy, X-Files, Private Practice cast members, NRL Roosters, as well as the 2014 ABC’s The Conscious Farmer. She also has many local clients in the agricultural sector, retail and small business. Rees is an author of two best-selling books: How to Climb Mount Everest in Sandals: The Courage to Live an Ordinary Life, and Life is a Choice and the Choice is Yours.

Changing self-limiting beliefs and finding creative solutions to old problems were at the heart of a turnaround for sheep farmers John and Martine Traill: “Two and a half years of weekly coaching with Rhiannon totally changed our mindset and transformed our financial situation. We now see opportunity where we once saw problems - we can't help but make money," said John Traill. “Our sheep production figures are the best they’ve ever been, and we've added $2 million dollars to the value of our land. We are about to do the property deal of a lifetime, after which we will be financially free. This is financial freedom I could never have imagined, but the real joy is that we are so much happier, closer and stronger.”

Awards and Accolades:

  • 2019: IAOTP award for ‘Top Business & Performance Coach of the Year’; Winner of the Silver Stevie Award for ‘Innovation in Product Development’; and in the 30 Global Coaching Gurus (past 6 years).
  • Nominated 3 times: Telstra’s Business Woman of the Year.
  • 2011: Finalist Asia Pacific Coach of the Year.
  • 2010: Winner 'Global Action Man', Barcelona; Nominated 2010 Entrepreneur of the Year and Runner-up NSW Franchise Woman of the Year.

For more information on Rhiannon Rees please visit: www.consciouscoaching.coach




Business Reports

Is Maintaining Good Customer Service Difficult?

Good service is the key to success within any customer-facing business. Employees should strive to help in a clear and friendly way, to attract new customers and retain current clients. There are many ways in which you can imple...

Business welcomes Safeguard consultations

A comprehensive consultation process on the Safeguard Mechanism will be critical to achieving our targets and locking in a stronger economy, Business Council chief executive Jennifer Westacott said. “It’s time to move beyon...

Adyen advances in-person payments with the launch of in-house designed terminal range

Adyen (AMS: ADYEN), the global financial technology platform of choice for leading businesses, is pleased to announce the launch of its first in-house designed terminals. Innovated to facilitate diverse payment use cases, the ...

Water education is key to creating sustainable communities

Water has shaped the unique landscape and the culture of the Northern Territory for over 60,000 years and is just as important today. Water is at the centre of the Territory lifestyle. In remote communities, preserving water hel...

Influential oil company scenarios for combating climate change don't actually meet the Paris Agreement goals, our new analysis shows

BP, Shell and Equinor all produce widely used scenarios of energy's future.Christopher Furlong/Getty ImagesSeveral major oil companies, including BP and Shell, periodically publish scenarios forecasting the future of the energy se...

How to Improve Marketing Strategy Using Surveys

Every business owner knows how important marketing is. However, there are more than a few ways to go about forming your marketing strategies. Many marketers will disagree on what the best approach is. However, there is one thing...

Web Busters - Break into local search

WebBusters.com.au