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I’m very hopeful that the integral training we went through will stay with the company because we’ve learned through it how we can be more effective, especially in tough times. And we will rely on it more in the future and we will implement this program through the entire company.Viktor Litvinov, GRT Corporation
It was the most profound experience in my business career!… Gene came in for a day and literally made a miracle. The most fascinating part of his program is a roundtable part where people really clicked. Now we work as a smooth-running engine. My guys are having fun everyday and communication has never been better.Olga Tenenboym, LMR
I think this seminar will help us develop more close relations between us and in the long run will help us gain advantage in competition with the other companies… help us to operate better, to perform better… I really have big hopes for this project and want to thank you again and again!Elman Lurie, Interior Place
Those workshops were something totally new and unknown to us and I felt after completion that it is not the end but only the beginning of something new… people started to understand that this is a better way and that there is space for everyone and everyone is here to make a living and be happy.Zion Ohev , A.Z. Marketing
I want to thank you for the training that enabled us to reach a new level in internal communications. We now regularly hold multi-functional round tables with a very efficient interaction, great openness and true attention to all participants.Vice President , ACT Publishing
I’m having difficulty to come up with the appropriate words to describe this wonderfully conducted session. It was done with such professionalism and warmth that all the participants opened up and spoke from the heart. I’d like to thank you on behalf of our leadership team for the wonderful tool that we’ll definitely use in our work.Area Manager, Mary Kay
The company had performed 3 5-hour workshops in 4 pharmacies and our quick assessment is that our environment has gotten friendlier, financial results got better and managers’ job has gotten much easier…Regional Director, Pharmacy Chain “Rainbow”
Hiring Thinking Integral was one of the best business decisions I made for last 5 years. Being a small IT consulting company trying to survive in this turbulent economy, we had to re-group and re-think our business model. Thanks to Gene we were able to develop for our ideal business strategy, identify and resolve operational issues, and increase our employee’s morale.Eugene Kotlar, QBS Corp
Gene’s calm and measured approach as a facilitator, business coach and strategist can be extremely valuable to both start-ups or existing businesses. His proven methods have the ability to quickly focus the team on the stuff that matters. I can easily recommend Gene to anyone building a new or growing business!Greg Theisen, tabUp.com
We, in sales, used to spend time fighting against marketing over what must be done and what not and it lead nowhere but to bickering – and now it’s much more collaborative and productive.Mark N., Telecom