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Press Releases

TMG Wins 2008 Impact Award – 2/7/08

TMG Wins Prism Award – 6/22/06

The McNeill Group sponsored the November 2008 Northern New Jersey Chapter of the American Society for Training & Development and the New Jersey Rockland Chapter of the Society for Human Resource Management.

Ron Paxton, TMG Associate and co-author of The Michaelangelo Method will be leading a 5 day workshop at the prestigious Omega Institute in Rhinebeck, NY, the last week of August 2009. For more information, please contact

Shown are Haas Tobey, PhD, Pat Thomas, Dan McNeill, Michele Brown and Ron Paxton.

The McNeill Group’s Dan McNeill (CEO) and Bruce Garver (Executive V.P.) attended the 2008 Milken Institute Global Conference whose theme was “Changing the World in Innovative Ways”. Dan and Bruce were able to meet with corporate leaders to provide insight into organizational development and the positive impact that Executive Coaching, Leadership Development and Corporate Transition services have on the bottom line.

Dan McNeill accepts the prestigious Bill Brooks IMPACT Award from Target Training International in 2008.

TTI created this award to honor those businesses who have made significant accomplishments.

Dan McNeill, CEO of The McNeill Group, was recently honored by Target Training International as the recipient of the Bill Brooks IMPACT Award at the TTI Winners’ Conference in San Diego, California.

TTI presented the award to McNeill for his business growth and significant accomplishments as one of TTI’s to Value Added Associates. McNeill is the first recipient of the award, which was presented in memory of the late Bill Brooks. Brooks was a true TTI advocate and lifetime supporter of those who shared his devotion for sales traning.

Bill Bonnstetter, Chairman of TTI, said that “Dan has been instrumental in the coaching industry and truly understands and utilitzes the significance of TTI assessments in the marketplace.”

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