“Ephraim Schachter helped me to understand and navigate the intricacies of C-level management. His techniques assist me in managing complex situations. Not only do I benefit; my colleagues benefit as well. I am able to help *them* perform better. Ephraim's approach has made me more effective and assisted with my career advancement.”- Thomas J. Bader, M.D.
Chief Medical Officer, Crozer-Keystone Health System
Chief Executive Officer, Hiscox Re & ILS
" Ephraim Schachter is our go-to C-Suite coach. He combines an open, balanced and objective approach, devoid of personal agenda or preconceived bias, with broad insight and years of experience. His close work with many of my colleagues has maximized their potential and deepened their value to our company. "-VINCENT E. SILVESTRI
EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT & CHIEF OPERATING OFFICER, ROCKFELLER GROUP INTERNATIONAL, INC.
"For over ten years, Ephraim Schachter has been our resource for coaching our key executives. That's because of his deep understanding of how a complex organization really works and what it takes for a talented leader to thrive and excel within one. "- Denise J. Mariotti
Chief Human Resources Officer, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
"Ephraim Schachter truly understands what it takes to lead as an executive at the top of a successful enterprise. He has worked with our C-Suite leaders to help them gain self-awareness and sharpen their executive skill sets. I recommend him without reservation."- Gary M. Wingens
Chairman and Managing Partner, Lowenstein Sandler LLP
" In my view, one of my biggest responsibilities is to identify, mentor and position top professionals for executive leadership roles such as Chief Accounting Officer, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Financial Officer. Ephraim Schachter's model for C-Suite readiness, as well as his executive coaching services helped me personally attain the office I now hold and has helped me prepare critical talent for C-Suite roles. "- Drew K. Spitzer
Treasurer, Chubb Limited
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