About Bradley Hartmann, President of Red Angle, Inc.


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Bradley Hartmann is the founder of Red Angle, Inc. In his role as President, Hartmann works with the nation's largest contractors and construction retailers, helping them build trust with the Hispanic demographic to drive productivity, safety, retention and sales.   

Hartmann's four core service areas are Hispanic strategy facilitation with executive teams, Cultural IQ workshops for leaders at all levels, industry-specific language training (Spanish & English, on-site and digital delivery), and keynote speeches.

Hartmann is the author of four books and hosts Red Angle Radio, the only podcast dedicated to sharing insights and ideas from leaders with first-hand knowledge of Hispanic culture and the Spanish language. 

Bradley's passion for bridging cultural and language gaps on the job has delivered a unique, entertaining, and memorable suite of tools to improve leadership performance and organizational culture.  Bradley has worked with teams from world-class companies such as Kiewit, Turner Construction, Sherwin-Williams, and The Beck Group, to name just a few. His monthly e-newsletters, Red Angle Revista and Behind Your Back Newsletter are read by thousands of business leaders each month.

Bradley has a degree in Spanish from the University of Illinois and lived in Guadalajara, México. He later earned his MBA with Distinction and teaches at Purdue and Oklahoma State University. He lives near Dallas, TX with his wife and two boys.

He his latest book is GOOD TO EXCELENTE: How Excellent Companies Embrace Hispanic Cultural Differences to Improve Productivity, Safety, Retention and Sales. Learn more here: goodtoexcelente.com

Every now and then, I come across consultants or executives who catch my attention because they just think differently than everyone else. Bradley sees the world in a way most don’t & his style is unorthodox to a purpose: he brings superior insights, an intriguing and entertaining communication style and an offbeat (yet very professional) use of humor to business challenges.
— Ian Heller :: National VP of Marketing at HD Supply WhiteCap