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Welcome. Here are a few things we want to draw your attention to right away. If you’re looking for information about ThinkX, check the page menu tabs above.


New Book: Never Be Closing
Everywhere • due out in July 2014

Tim Hurson and Tim Dunne have co-written a book about sales: Never Be Closing describes how to use Productive Thinking to enhance sales relationships, with positive results for both sides. Find out more about Never Be Closing here.

ThinkX Chile
Santiago, Chile • starting now

Leonardo Muñoz is in the process of founding ThinkX Chile, along with new partners Gabriela Prado and Esteban Carbonell. ThinkX Chile will bring Productive Thinking consulting and training to Chile and Argentina. Check out their offerings on their new website here.

House of Hope Orphanage
Gressier, Haiti • 2014

Alison Cohen is facilitating a long-term planning process to transition this key resource for children in Haiti through the loss of its dynamic founder, Alice Bartole, who died in July. Alison is working with a team, including partners Canadian Feed the Children and Food for the Poor Haiti, as well as interested donors and volunteers, to ensure that this home to 130 children can continue to house, clothe, educate, and nourish them.

University of Saskatchewan Business Leadership Program
Saskatoon, SK, Canada • May 2014

William Brooks and Susan Brooks will lead a public program by the University of Saskatchewan on Leading Innovation, Inspiring Creativity in the Workplace.

Creative Problem Solving Institute
Buffalo, NY, USA • June 2014

Watch for Tim Hurson, Kristen Peterson, and a number of other ThinkX Consulting Partners at this year’s Creative Problem Solving Institute (CPSI), the 60th anniversary. John Sedgwick will offer a workshop on bringing creativity into System Thinking as well as coaching a group on feedback and contracting.

Wow!! Your keynote presentation was amazing, inspiring, and so meaningful to all who were fortunate to participate…You are truly a motivational speaker and successfully challenged us to think more creatively and improve the way in which we work with others.” — Comment on a previous Tim Hurson keynote presentation