Brant Hansen will speak at Correct Craft’s Culture Summit

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Author, radio personality and children’s advocate Brant Hansen.

Author, radio personality and children’s advocate Brant Hansen.

Correct Craft announced that Brant Hansen will speak at the Marine Industry Culture Summit. The summit is a Correct Craft initiative to help marine companies “understand and implement

great cultures at their organizations,” the company said in a statement. It is scheduled for Jan. 14-15 in Orlando, Fla.

Hansen is an author, nationally syndicated radio host and advocate for healing children with correctible disabilities through Cure International, a global ministry of hospitals and programs that serve children.

Hansen’s first book, Unoffendable, prompted a national discussion on the idea of forgiveness, and our culture’s embrace of self-righteous anger, according to the statement. His second book, Blessed are the Misfits, is provocative and personal.

“Brant Hansen is an incredibly talented and impactful person who has been a friend of mine for over 15 years,” Correct Craft CEO Bill Yeargin said in a statement. “Brant has a unique ability to communicate in a way that has a big impact on his listeners, and I know he will be a great addition to our summit.”

Correct Craft believes “great cultures drive great results,” and the company is underwriting the cost of the summit. Applications to join the summit have been nearly three times the initial projected attendance, and there is currently a waiting list.

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