New Book: Never Be Closing
Everywhere • released 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.
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.
Rennes, France • October 2014
Tim Hurson and Franca Leeson are presenting sessions at 360 Possibles, a region-wide innovation conference taking place in Brittany (Bretagne), France. Tim Hurson will also give the keynote address for the conference.
ACRE Conference & ACRE Education Conference
Klein Kariba, Bela-Bela, South Africa • October 2014
Tim Hurson and Ken Wall are presenting multiple sessions at ACRE and ACRE Education, two international conferences that have been held annually in South Africa for 9 and 20 years respectively. Tim Hurson will also give a keynote address at the Education Conference, called “The Invisible Power of You.”
Creative Thinkers International Conference
Abu Dhabi • October 2014
“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