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Brad, your message was compelling. I so appreciate the thought and prayer and passion evident in your keynote. You inspired me.
Brad Lindemann is "In Business For Life"
Brad Lindemann is the founder and owner of Ambassador Solutions in Carmel, Indiana and the author of the forthcoming book, In Business For Life: What Being In Business For Life Has Taught Me About the Business of Life." (January, 2017). Brad lives in Carmel, Indiana with his lovely bride an artist-in-residence, Elaine. Their five married children live nearby. The entire tribe, including seven grandchildren, often gathers at their “empty nest” on weekends and holidays. Brad is the co-founder of In Business For Life, a ministry that helps business people use their time, treasure and talents on behalf of the preborn.
In Business For Life: What do surprise pregnancies and corporate culture have in common?
What do suprise pregnancies and corporate culture have in common? More than many business people think, according to Brad Lindemann. Over the past five decades, surprise pregnancies have rocked Brad's family eight times, driving him to a deeper level of respect for life, particularly for the most innocent and defenseless lives—the precious preborn. These and more stories are woven into Brad's newest book, "In Business For Life: What Being In Business For Life Has Taught Me About the Business of Life." (January 2017). (More information about this speech).
Corporate Culture: So What And Who Cares?
Think "corporate culture" is just another vague business variable like the weather ("everybody talks about it, but nobody can do a thing about it.) Entrepreneur Brad Lindemann says think again.
"Great ideas are literally a dime a dozen. Great ideas executed within a uniquely inspiring culture? Priceless," Brad says. Brilliant plans can be laid to waste by a toxic culture but on the flipside, nothing adds more goodwill to a company’s balance sheet than a positive culture inspired by a firm’s regular and intentional reconnection to its vision, mission and values. Like character is critical in assessing people, culture is critical to assessing companies. (More about this speech.)