How Business Leaders Use Thoughtexchange

VantageOne Credit Union

“This helped tremendously in confirming our strategic direction and will help shape our action plan moving forward.”

Glenn Benischek, CEO

Allnorth Consultants Ltd.

“I tell leaders in other companies that value their employees: Stop wasting your money on focus groups and culture surveys and call Thoughtexchange.”

Kris Kotzer, Director Human Resources

SSDG Interiors Inc.

“When we talk to clients about the potential of working with them, and we start talking about the ability to engage their employees using Thoughtexchange, it helps our opportunity of winning the project.”

Susan Steeves, Principal


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“Thoughtexchange is a great way to move forward knowing that I have a coalition behind me who share the same goals.”

Mark Wolak, CEO


“By approaching a topic like immunization using (Thoughtexchange), CARNA and its members were able to work toward common understanding, despite divergent views.”

College Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta

College of Pharmacists of BC

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“We learned unique insights and heard from pharmacists and pharmacy technicians about what resonated most, what they felt was most important.”

College of Pharmacists of British Columbia

Thoughtexchange at a Glance

Engaging Stakeholders. Informing Decisions.


From project design and facilitation straight through to execution and delivery experienced and personable Thoughtexchange staff ensure you ask the right questions, build trust and discover the insights you need to make progress.


User friendly and engaging software combined with sophisticated, patent pending analysis tools ensure participants are heard and your team gets the deep understanding needed to make fast, informed decisions.








Knowing the right questions to ask and when to ask them is the key to leading successful exchanges. Learn how to lead exchanges on challenging topics and master the art of making progress as a Thoughtexchange leader.

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