(Nashua, NH - 21 February, 2012) The Renegade Leader (formerly Open Door Coaching) has been selected as a winner in New Hampshire Business Review's 2011 BOB Awards, which honor the "Best of Business" in New Hampshire in over 80 categories. The Renegade Leader was honored in a statewide reader's survey in the executive/business coaching category.
CEO, Debora McLaughlin will be joining the honored at a celebration to be held from 5:30 to 8:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 8 at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord.
"With thousands of ballots cast for the 2012 Awards, the BOBs have really become a standard of excellence in New Hampshire's business community, " said Jeff Feingold, Editor of NHBR. "If other business owners have named your business a BOB business, it really says something about the high caliber of the company you're running."
McLaughlin states "It's an honor to achieve this recognition, I work with renegade leaders, driven leaders, to help their businesses to be the best in their industry, and it is great to receive this recognition for my own company."
The Renegade Leader specializes in igniting high performance and impacting business results through influential leadership, aligning employees with organizational goals and creating work cultures steeped in collaboration and innovation. Case studies are available on The Renegade Leader website.
The Best of Business Awards are presented by NHBR and are sponsored by: FairPoint Communications, Centrix Bank,
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Comcast Business Class, AutoFair, Public Service of New Hampshire, KBW Financial Staffing & Recruiting, The Nagler Group, NH Business Resource Center, and WZID. For registration questions, contact Katy Miles at firstname.lastname@example.org or 603-413-5113.
New Hampshire Business Review is the state's only business newspaper, reaching over 50,000 readers every other week. It is part of McLean Communications of Manchester, a publishing company that also includes New Hampshire Magazine, New Hampshire Home Magazine and Parenting New Hampshire.