MEET THE JUDGES
CAMPDEN BUSINESS AWARDS 2019
sponsored by Concierge Medical
This years' nominations for the eighth Campden Business Awards will be overseen by a panel of judges, whom between them possess a wealth of professional experience from diverse business backgrounds.
Applications are open from September 23rd 2019.
Tickets will be available for the 2019 awards evening from October. The Event will be held at the Cotswold House Hotel' on Thursday 28th November at 6.30pm here.
Licette is a co-founder and Managing Director of Blockley-based Emotion Coaching UK and by profession is an educational psychologist. Emotion Coaching UK has been set up to promote Emotion Coaching as a way of supporting and sustaining children and young people's emotional and behavioural wellbeing.
Emotion Coaching UK develops and provides training, research and consultancy. It runs highly successful Emotion Coaching training courses at various times during the year. It provides initial and ongoing training for educational establishments and other groups where adults interact with children and young people e.g. teachers, parents, health visitors, school nurses, foster carers, youth workers and support. Emotion Coaching UK has worked with various government and local groups to develop, deliver and evaluate projects about Emotion Coaching in the UK and internationally. Licette has written about Emotion Coaching for magazines, peer reviewed journals and edited books.
Licette has established and promoted communication links amongst the growing Emotion Coaching community within the UK and beyond. She supports individual interest and development within the community notably via establishing and maintaining several levels of accreditation and supporting the research work of masters and doctoral pupils attending universities around the UK.
In her work as an educational psychologist, Licette particularly enjoyed working with young people and supporting understanding and development of how we can best develop resiliency in our young people.
Stephen Spencer moved into the North Cotswolds nine years ago and is Chairman of the Campden Business Forum. His experience is centred on people management in multinational manufacturing businesses of up to £6bn sales.
This has involved building successful management and executive teams across differing cultures and business settings often involving acquisitions and disposals of businesses from £50m to £1bn. Planning and securing talent has been core. In these roles he has had frequent involvement in running award programmes to recognise achievements by people across many countries.
He has worked for Courtaulds plc, Federal Mogul Inc. and GKN plc and is currently doing some coaching and leadership work with academic and industrial organisations. He has participated in a number of governmental and industrial working parties.
Before joining the Campden Business Forum at the beginning of 2017, Nick West worked in the marketing and advertising sector. His career began at Saatchi and Saatchi where he witnessed the growth of the company from a single office in London to worldwide dominance.
After leaving Saatchi’s Nick worked for two other multi-national advertising agencies before launching Austin West Communications in 1987. For nearly 25 years Nick oversaw the development of AWC into a multi-disciplined marketing business offering advertising, media buying and research.
In 2010 Nick sold the business to a Californian- based media group and since then he has been retired. Nick divides his time between his home in the Cotswolds, a holiday home in Arizona and his spiritual home at the Emirates Stadium in north London.
Originally from Cumbria, Barry Metcalfe joined Birmingham Education Authority as a teacher, retiring in 1996 from the Headship of a large, city primary school. During 56 years in education he led projects with other schools in the UK and Northern Ireland, from Information Technology to Investors in People, before coming to live in Mickleton in 2002
He recently retired as a school governor after 39 years. He was a governor from 1980 in his own schools, as a Birmingham Local Authority governor of two schools for 9 years and latterly 16 years as a governor of Mickleton Primary School.
Barry became involved in the village, joining various village clubs. He looked for areas of community life which were not being met and set about filling them. To date he has raised in excess of £85,000 through grant applications and by entering various competitions – all of which has been used to support village activities. He does everything on a voluntary basis and regards his time as well-spent if he manages to have input into village life by persuading others to join him. He is a great believer in team effort.
In 2018 he was awarded a B.E.M. for services to the community.
Peter Taylor is a Chartered Surveyor by training. Having started his career in commercial property with Knight Frank, he went on to form his own successful firm of agents, specialising in industrial property.
From the mid 1980’s onwards he has run a quoted company and his own business developing industrial and business parks all around the UK. He has had his fair share of triumphs and disasters, reflecting the ups and downs of the commercial market. He now works with two partners benefitting from all his previous experiences!
He is the Chairman of Trustees at Court Barn Museum in Chipping Campden.
Concierge Medical are a completely independent private doctors service covering the towns and villages of the Cotswolds and its surrounding areas. As a private member, you will have unlimited access to the advice, support and reassurance of your own private doctors 24 hours a day seven days a week.
"A number of our members are business owners in and around Chipping Campden and we know just how hard they work and the sacrifices they make. We are proud to be involved in sponsoring the awards to recognise the efforts of all local businesses and to celebrate their achievements."