Hannah Ubl

  • Communication and Culture expert
  • Co-founder of Good Company Consulting

  • /Fee: $10,000 - $15,000
  • /Travels From: Minnesota


Everyone deserves a great place to work, so why do so many people get a sick feeling in their stomach before Monday mornings?   I’m excited to introduce today’s speaker, Hannah Ubl. Hannah is a renowned communication and culture expert, and co-founder of Good Company Consulting. Her company’s mission is to help organizations create workplaces that don’t suck, and is motivated by the simple idea that the key to any great business is to put people first.

Hannah has been studying people at work for over a decade. She’s traveled across the globe, working with organizations big and small to discover the secret sauce behind truly great companies. Through her research, she’s curated best-practices from the world’s most forwardthinking business. 

A self-proclaimed research nerd, Hannah’s been making her friends take surveys since the 4th grade. She’s a published author whose insights have been featured in publications nationwide. We’re thrilled to have her share some of those insights with us here today. Please help me welcome Hannah Ubl!  


Hannah Ubl's core mission is to create organizations that don’t suck. She’s devoted her career to flipping the traditional workplace script, throwing out the old “employees are lines on a spreadsheet” in favor of treating people at work more like… well, people.

As Co-founder of Good Company Consulting, she’s sought after for her bold take on building workplaces that prioritize the human experience while simultaneously increasing the bottom line. Hannah’s dedicated the past decade to researching people at work - not just top talent and leadership - but everyone in between. She’s discovered a strangely well-kept secret for recruiting and retaining the workforce of the future: the best recipe for organizational success is rooted in mindfulness, empathy, and kindness.

Hannah’s work is a fresh approach to the standard (and outdated) workplace narrative. Not afraid to ask the hard questions, she pushes audiences towards self-inquiry to help them become better leaders, better managers, and better colleagues.

With heart, deep conviction, and a good dose of self-deprecating humor, Hannah will sweep you along on a journey of insights that lead to deep, lasting mindset shifts about how work works. A passionate speaker and consummate professional, she’s energized by her audiences and brings her full self to each and every presentation.

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