Bradley Hartmann, on speaking publicly: I've been honored to speak well over one hundred times across the U.S., to large audiences of 1500+ as well as small, private teams of executive leaders. I've keynoted at conferences, moderated panel discussions, and recorded podcasts in front of live audiences. Regardless of audience size or venue, I love being able to connect and interact with attendees—getting them to engage, laugh, and, ultimately, commit to do something different as managers and leaders.
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“Bradley was an electric keynote speaker to our 1,000+ Conference attendees this year. Bradley is all about audience participation and it was impressive how he connected 1:1 with members of our large audience. He left us encouraged and challenged...”
— Jenna Duett :: Senior Manager at CertaPro
Bradley Hartmann is the founder of Red Angle and the author of four books and has been featured in Construction Executive Magazine, Constructor Magazine, and NPR radio. Hartmann hosts Red Angle Radio, a podcast dedicated to sharing construction-specific insights and ideas from leaders across the country. His monthly newsletter, Red Angle Revista, is read by thousands of business leaders each month.
Bradley has a degree in Spanish from the University of Illinois and lived in Guadalajara, Mexico. He later earned his MBA with Distinction and teaches at Purdue, Oklahoma State University, and the University of Oklahoma. He lives in Dallas with his wife and two sons.