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Best Companies award winners

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The Sunday Times best small companies to work for top 100 list was published yesterday (Sunday 2 March) with some noticeable stars from the training world.

Lane4 management group were ranked 12th and Impact 17th (a rise from 59th last year for Impact) while Acadamee just made it onto the list at 99th.

Debt counselling charity Christians Against Poverty scooped the award for Best for Leadership, as well as being ranked in the number one slot from the whole 100. Recruitment consultancy Nicoll Curtin came in 2nd out of the 100 and were also named Best for Training & Development.

Olympic gold medal swimmer Adrian Moorhouse – who last year won the Best Companies award for most inspiring leader - created the Lane4 business, building on the concept of 'success' from his sporting career.

Speaking to the Sunday Times he commented:
"I wanted to remove the ego of a sportsperson and get sports psychology into the business place.

"It's about handling pressure, building an Olympic strategy and bringing it to life...It is about setting a big goal and then taking chances

"Sport is a helpful metaphor, but we don't trade on it, our clients are buying a performance consultancy."

We hope that we'll see more about these top companies on TrainingZone.co.uk in the future.

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