Our approach

Sensible!

We enjoy it a lot to distinguish ‘sense’ from ‘non-sense’. Is it sensible (meaningful, important, wise) what you do? And does it make sense (logical, true, persuasive) what you say?

Honest!

Honesty is a guiding principle, whether it is a debate, dialogue, conflict or the unwritten rules of a team; bringing to the light what’s really at stake is important to achieve personal development and support for projects.

Confrontational!

We are not afraid of the ‘elephant in the room’. We ask challenging questions that will help you grow. The trainings are always hands-on with a lot of practice. Sharp if we must; with humor if we can. Hire us … if you dare!

Sensible! We enjoy it a lot to distinguish ‘sense’ from ‘non-sense’. Is it sensible (meaningful, important, wise) what you do? And does it make sense (logical, true, persuasive) what you say?

Honest! Honesty is a guiding principle, whether it is a debate, dialogue, conflict or the unwritten rules of a team; bringing to the light what’s really at stake is important to achieve personal development and support for projects.

Confrontational! We are not afraid of the ‘elephant in the room’. We ask challenging questions that will help you grow. The trainings are always hands-on with a lot of practice. Sharp if we must; with humor if we can. Hire us … if you dare!

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.