Well done to our Regional Head for the Central area, Taruna, on her fab award!  Read more below... 

Taruna Chauhan a (local) Business Coach and Mentor for the health and social care sector scooped the “Woman Who Works from Home” award at a celebratory event held at Coombe Abbey on July 1st. Taruna’s business, T Chauhan Consultancy, is in its 10th year, and this was not her first entry into these annual awards. 

Working from home started as a necessity for Taruna. However, it meant she could balance her personal life and work. In her terms, she was living “an integrated life”, so she decided to continue working from home. Homeworking did not stop her from being the go-to expert who works with health and adult social care providers to ensure they meet the CQC standards. 

Since founding her business, Taruna has become an author of a book that helps people write an outstanding CQC application. Her podcast fast-tracks people’s knowledge of the CQC standards. The judges’ remarks were: “A published author, podcaster and recognised expert in her field in industry publications, she has demonstrated that home working doesn’t limit your national reach.”

Taruna spent many years working in quality management for the NHS and started her own consultancy business to support the health care providers to do a better job. She helps them to create efficient processes and recruit staff with solid values. 

Taruna is passionate about supporting health care providers and entrepreneurs to become outstanding. Her motivation was to provide a consultancy and mentoring/coaching business to support private clinics with their Care Quality Commission (CQC) applications; Taruna helps them to get inspection ready using her Quality Compliance framework. 

Her experience entering awards has enabled her to look at her business objectively. This was her third time as a Woman Who finalist. She learned from the feedback and improved or added services and assets to her business every time. 

Taruna said: “I am so pleased to have received this recognition. The CQC standards are just part of what is needed to have a successful business. I bring my skills as a business owner, mentor, and coach. I roll up my sleeves when necessary whilst giving you the tools to improve your organisation continuously. A business is more likely to succeed if the right processes are in place and the values are embedded within the organisation.”

Founder of the awards Sandra Garlick MBE said, “Each year I ask myself how I can surpass the previous year’s Awards. This is the 7th year I’ve run the Woman Who Achieves Awards. The calibre and number of entries increases each year. I love to create role models to inspire others. The room was filled with Finalists, entrants and those who came along to support them. The Winners became role models. Everyone left inspired. Congratulations to everyone who entered.” Sandra Garlick MBE, Founder of Woman Who.

About Taruna

Taruna Chauhan is a consultant supporting the health and social care providers to do a better job through creating efficient processes and recruiting staff with strong values. 

She offers CQC Application Support, Business Mentoring Assistance, and a Quality Success Framework. Her values include a passion for working in the sector, a capable approach, a positive attitude, and a sense of compassion so that the people who use services receive person-centred care or treatment. 

For further information contact Taruna Chauhan. Tele: (+44) 7910761122. Website: https://www.tchauhanconsultancy.co.uk/

The Association of Business Mentors is registered in England and Wales under company number 7533326 at The Nest, 12-18 Sampson Street, London, E1W 1NA
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