Michael Colucio

Ethan Chazin opened my eyes to the power and importance of building ethical cultures in organizations. I have much more awareness and tools after having attended his program (Leverage Ethics for Lasting Competitive Advantage conducted at the Garden State Council NJ SHRM conference), in addition to motivation to promote the ethical behavior within my organization.

Jill Johnson

Ethan, I cannot begin to tell you the impact that you made. We have gotten so much feedback on how much people enjoyed your presentation: Leverage Compassion to Build a Great Culture for Team-Building. Several commented that it was so much content that they needed more time with it to fully absorb it. Building teams and leadership was a theme throughout the day, so I think it was a really good setup. You embodied the spirit of edu-tainment… entertaining with great information, presented in a way that was easy to understand and apply. Thank you so much for sharing your time and knowledge with us.

Kristina Iulo

I truly enjoyed listening to Ethan give his talk (“The Compassionate Organization”) at our March 22, 2018 Hudson County Chamber of Commerce networking event/book tour. He is smart, informative, thought-provoking, engaging, and has great stage presence. I glanced around and everyone was intently listening, no sneaky texting or side conversations happening. That is a true sign of an captivating speaker. Great presentation!

Slue Slavin

Ethan, Thank you for speaking to our Family Business Forum members on your latest book, The Compassionate Organization. The feedback we received from our members was so positive. They enjoyed the enthusiasm and humor used to relay important information. Hiring and retaining the best employees is in a business owners hands. Everyone went home will a new mindset and skills they could implement immediately. We appreciate you sharing your knowledge with all of us.

Melissa Carpinello

Coming from the corporate world, over the years many speakers tend to reinforce old lessons, but Ethan Chazin grabbed my attention from the moment he sat down with our table to have his pre-presentation chat. Ethan’s presentation kept the learners engaged, he gave us new concepts to grasp, self-reflect on and take back to our teams. Hope to catch another session to expand my knowledge on leadership beginning with the talent we bring into the organization and giving them the tools to grow! Thank you, Ethan.

Didi Boyadjieva

Dear Ethan. Thank you for your wonderful lecture at the New York State Society of CPAs. I appreciate your time and great mission. I also enjoy reading your new book: The Compassionate Organization: And the People Who Love to Work for Them. Great Book! I love it! I have been reading many books from Peter Drucker on Management and Leadership, from Travis Bradberry on Emotional Intelligence, etc. and your book is among the best books I have ever read. I like your unique perspective on what matters most to Millennial workers and I agree with you that compassion is a central driving force for each organization, positioned for success. I couldn’t agree more that one of the most important factors influencing an employees’ level of satisfaction with their employer is the feeling of appreciation they receive. I believe in miracles and I believe I met you on time and for a reason. I am not the “purple cow”. I am the hidden treasure, looking for the key to unlock my full potential. You have the key I have been looking for. Thank you again! Keep doing what you are doing! You are on the right path. I truly appreciate your exceptional work.