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Polio Eradication Program Is Up To 263,502 Children

Through 2007, more than 263,502 children have been immunized against polio through our “click for children” program. Virtually every person who completes a web survey, including those who simply complete the free demonstration, has helped push The Booth Company to… Continue Reading →

The Booth Company Gets Its Power From The Wind

The Booth Company has recently reinforced its approach to acquiring electricity for its offices in Boulder, Colorado. More than two years ago The Booth Company joined other Colorado-based environmental leaders in a wind-based renewable energy program. After enjoying the benefits… Continue Reading →

The Christian Science Monitor Recognizes The Booth Company

Boulder, CO – The Booth Company received acknowledgement as a leading provider of leadership development services in The Christian Science Monitor’s 10-20-03 edition “To Put Best Foot Forward, Look Around”. The article focused on the use of 360 feedback in… Continue Reading →

TBC Partners Up With The Adele Lynn Leadership Group To Offer Emotional Intelligence

The research is undeniable. Mastery of leadership, management and most organizational roles requires a high “EQ”. Self-awareness is the first step toward developing emotional intelligence and that makes a validated 720 feedback instrument the best place to start. For the… Continue Reading →

The Booth Company Launches New Site and Branding Campaign

The Booth Company, a leading provider of The Clark Wilson surveys, unveiled its newly redesigned web site and branding campaign. The site showcases the unique 15 role specific surveys and support materials The Booth Company offers its clients. In addition,… Continue Reading →

The Booth Company, Web Survey Leader, Celebrates Its 30th Year in Business

The Booth Company, a leading provider of The Clark Wilson surveys, will be celebrating their 30th anniversary this year! The Booth Company has led efforts to improve executive, management, and team effectiveness for Fortune 500 corporations since 1972. “What hasn’t… Continue Reading →