Yoga hour ends with a salad bar in the offices of Hanratty & Associates. That’s just one of reasons they are consistently a Best/Great Places to Work award winner.
“We embrace our clients as people first,” he smiled. “Like families, great businesses are personal – we all have a story about people who have touched our lives. That’s why our mission is to ‘touch this lives of those we serve with industry-changing innovation and service.'” For such a young leader, he is demonstrating an uncanny wisdom and character-based leadership style: “We are proving every day if you manage the culture effectively, good business results can follow,” he shared.
The reason I know Justin is because he had my name on one of those Post-It notes. He reached out to me, and touched my life with insightful encouragement about the goodness movement. “I’ve turned down dozens of speaking opportunities, just waiting for the right one,” he shyly admits. “But I’m really drawn to the goodness message, and I’m excited to share my story at the Good Leadership Breakfast.”
Good leaders thrive because they make the decision every day to be happy. And they create a positive culture that puts the goodness of people first.
If you are a business owner, please consider attending the Business Owner Forum following the breakfast – it’s a great opportunity to expand your network, and learn how to leverage your own vision and values to accelerate your growth to the next level. Justin and four other good leaders will be featured in the programming. Register now: the event is nearly sold out.
The Business Owner Forum is sponsored by Shaun Irwin, the owner of The Anderson Agency.