Warren Hoffman, Chairman passionately pursues his life's purpose "to help others do well" and is well-practiced in dealing with the causes of dysfunction in individuals and organizations.

Warren has spent more than 40 years dealing with the issues, challenges, and problems that cause individual and organizational dysfunction. He credits his ability to deal with tragic and near tragic situations to his work as a pastor where he was faced with nearly every imaginable human and organizational situation. "The answers to ordinary and extraordinary situations are secondary to the questions they invoke. My work is to partner with others to insure that the appropriate and tough questions are addressed before accepting easy answers."

Warren is known for invoking, evoking, and provoking himself and others in order to discover what is really going on internally and externally. Through humor, conversation, and looking at ordinary things from the "dance floor and the balcony" is his way of engaging an individual or groups to see what hasn't been seen. He is a "facilitator's facilitator."

Warren's real education began at the Lennox, S.D. elementary school and with the birth, growth, and maturity of his four sons. He and his wife Marian have been married for more than 40 years. His formal education took place at the University of Dubuque, Dubuque Theological Seminary and the University of Edinburgh, Scotland.