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Is this type of work too "touchy feely," or scary, or vulnerable for the business environment?


Glen Younger
COO,
Clark


"This is not touchy feely"
"Very specific, results oriented, with a well defined process"
"Focus on practical application"

Mark Schmaier
COO, Clark

"As an engineer and former CFO, I'm not a touchy feely type"
"Healthy, excellent process after initial discomfort"
"Focus on how to better manage and lead is critical to larger, growing business "

Marti Haskins
Senior Director
Clinical Affairs,
IntraBiotics


"Experienced managers realize they can improve"
"As people start leading by example, it become more and more safe for everyone"


Kent Thiry
CEO, Vivra
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"Structure provided for safety and honest communication"
"Sensitive and flexible to our needs in the moment "

Ken Kelley
CEO, Founder,
IntraBiotics

"Self-awareness is a necessary step for effective leadership"
"Drew and Mark have made it a safer, less scary process"
"The emotional benefits by far have outweighed the fears"
"Once you start, the fear dissipates quickly. It becomes a powerful force for improvement, and you relish more! "


Hank Fuchs, M.D.
Vice President
Clinical Affairs,
IntraBiotics
"DNA's strength, skill and focus in an behaviors and impact; this is not psychology"
"Improving interaction is important, and the people who can afford DNA are pretty self-aware to begin with "

Susan Kuruvilla
CFO, Clark



"Process was methodical, structured, and safe · Voluntary, confidential, and anonymous"
"How I became more comfortable…. "


Marshall Merrifield
CEO, Clark


"Drew's deliver is safe and positive, which is key since every manager who goes through this naturally feels vulnerable"
"Each person felt like they had an individual champion in Drew"
" Being open about plans to change in response to feedback unleashed an amazing response of support from others "

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