TrueVoice

TrueVoice is a “social enterprise” with a mission to contribute to a better world; a world with more understanding, compassion and justice. We intend to address challenges such as inequality, fake news, climate change and cynicism. To do that we focus on effective teamwork, critical thinking and personal development. We help teams and individuals to think sharply about what they do, why they do it and what the social impact is of what they do. We want to contribute to a world in which good reasons trump lesser reasons; to distinguish “sense” from “non-sense”. You can hire us for training, coaching and chairing meetings. We work extensively for universities and NGOs in an international context. Furthermore we are no stranger to the political and profit sector.

TrueVoice is a “social enterprise” with a mission to contribute to a better world; a world with more understanding, compassion and justice. We intend to address challenges such as inequality, fake news, climate change and cynicism. To do that we focus on effective teamwork, critical thinking and personal development. We help teams and individuals to think sharply about what they do, why they do it and what the social impact is of what they do. We want to contribute to a world in which good reasons trump lesser reasons; to distinguish “sense” from “non-sense”. You can hire us for training, coaching and chairing meetings. We work extensively for universities and NGOs in an international context. Furthermore we are no stranger to the political and profit sector.

Imre Végh

Imre Végh is founder of TrueVoice. During his studies he has frequently participated in debating competitions. In these competitions he could fully engage with critical and sharp analysis. Inspired by the Honours College of Utrecht University, he took a coaching course. Later he founded the Better World Foundation with friends in which he facilitated a four month Traineeship twice a year.

Imre Végh is founder of TrueVoice. During his studies he has frequently participated in debating competitions. In these competitions he could fully engage with critical and sharp analysis. Inspired by the Honours College of Utrecht University, he took a coaching course. Later he founded the Better World Foundation with friends in which he facilitated a four month Traineeship twice a year.