We believe that great leaders must create ‘the whole’ in their organization’s business culture to achieve the greatest success. We offer an experience that connects Leadership, Art and Soul to make better leaders.

Our Intent…

Great leadership is a powerful and most beautiful thing.  Great leadership creates a win for the employee, the customer and the shareholder.  It is a win-win-win.  Great leadership creates an environment that transforms the work of the job into a rewarding accomplishment.  This success is in the hands of the leader. It is a big job, it is not easy to master. At the The Hindle, we believe that great leadership originates from the right side of the brain, the left side of the brain, and the heart.  You need to be whole, you need to use all 3.  And the way you use these skills shapes the culture of your organization.  In 1 week, from morning to night, we blend all 3 together.  We study the elements necessary to create a sustainable culture, we study the elements that a master artist must execute to create a masterpiece and we try 3 times ourselves. And we stitch the whole week together with insights of the soul.  In addition, we learn the art of cooking from our chef each day, and a good dose of French tradition.  We you leave, we hope, that you will think it was one of the best, and most beneficial, weeks of your life.  We keep it simple.  Simply the best!

Bill’s Story

William Hindle graduated from Lehigh University in 1978 with a BS in Mechanical Engineering. After graduating, Bill worked at Exxon for a short period and then moved on to work at HITRAN Corporation in Flemington, New Jersey, a family owned business. In 2000, Bill spun off the Power System division, renamed it HindlePower, and moved the company to Easton, Pennsylvania. 

With a fresh beginning, HindlePower focused on a culture that embraces integrity and quality of life for it’s employees.  HindlePower’s  purpose is to improve the quality of life for it’s employees. Consequently, the company has enjoyed successes in all facets of its operation and has become an industry leader.

Bill recognizes that leadership means staying ahead of your people. After 40 years in industry and three patents in his name, he decided to return to school for Master’s in Fine Art from the American College of the Mediterranean in Aix-en-Provence, France. His formal training in art gave him the vision to see the elements of a masterpiece in business culture. Both a successful business culture and fine art painting must be whole to create a masterpiece.

Business Culture: Create your Masterpiece

In ‘Business Culture: Create your Masterpiece’ Bill Hindle tells the inside story of HindlePower, the   award-winning, industry leader that can boast a track record of 15 consecutive years of double-digit percentage revenue growth. The business stands out when judged by any set of metrics, but perhaps what is most noticeable to visitors is the employees’ infectious sense of fun, passion, and well-being.

That’s no surprise because at the heart and soul of its success is a people-orientated culture like no other. Bill Hindle’s entrepreneurial spirit and desire to tap into the potential of the American worker have been instrumental over the last 20 years. He’s been the President throughout and so is perfectly qualified to explain in practical terms what he calls the “Wheel of Sustainability”, eight interdependent elements that he offers must all be in place for a cultural masterpiece to be created and maintained.

After 42 years in business and a two-year sabbatical in France undertaking a Master’s degree in Art. It was there that he first fully appreciated that great leadership can only occur when “we lead from the left side of our brain, the right side of our brain and our heart, together”.

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“There is nothing more truly artistic than to love people.”

~Vincent Van Gogh