Roni Witkin has been leading ICE’s Cube training since the beginning.
She has also been YPO Forum and Moderator Trainer since 1991 and is widely acknowledged as a leader in all aspects of forum development, training and facilitation.
With a background in psychology and organisational business development, Roni’s depth of knowledge and passion for helping our Cubes succeed and flourish is resolute.
Read on for what our members have to say about Cubes and if you want to get involved in Cubes you first need to apply to join ICE
“My Cube has been nothing short of life-changing! I've made such deep connections with such a range of different people. I've gained profound insights into myself and more importantly into what it's like to be in other people's shoes. My Cube has become an incredibly important part of my support system.”
“Being a member of one of the first ICE Cubes has been an incredibly enriching experience for me. The structured process, utmost confidentiality and honest heartfelt communication that happens in the cube has created a safe, welcome and unique environment, where I am able to share my personal, family and business highs and lows. Being a member of our cube has fundamentally improved and changed my life for the better, and I continue to be incredibly grateful for that.”
"Joining an ICE Cube has been one of the best decisions I’ve made. The support I’ve received over the last 12 months has genuinely helped me both in business and in my personal life and I strongly recommend anyone else given the opportunity to join. Happy for anyone to give me a call if they want to find out more.”
“I made the decision to join a cube this year and I have been blown away by the trust, commitment and empathy from everyone in my group. The openness and honesty expressed by everyone from the get-go is unlike anything you'd experience elsewhere, be it from your most trusted friends or family.”
"The number one thing I love about ICE is how it has allowed me to make so many new and deep friendships with other amazing Founders. There is no doubt that at the core of this has been my ICE cube in which, together with my five other cubies, we have shared some of the best and the worst of what we’ve worked through together. It’s been an excellent way to both hold myself accountable and get some wise, informed and varied input when I hit a problem.”