We are a consulting firm that exists to empower organizations and leaders to do their unique good, better.
Our authenticity is our strength. We always seek to do what is right, and apologize quickly. We speak boldly and are willing to do hard things. Better to fail in the arena than succeed as a bystander.
We believe in asking better questions. We are humble, willing to learn from every person and situation. We eat a bowl full of intellectual flexibility every morning for breakfast.
We have a reason and purpose behind everything we do. If we don’t know why we’re doing something, we stop. The words we speak, the actions we take tell the authentic story of who we are.
We believe our strength is in diversity of voice and thought. The best ideas win, without regard for positional authority. We work to be courageously inclusive.
Healthy things grow. We measure the right metrics to promote healthy behavior and long-term, sustained growth. We bring a healthy culture and intentional strategy to all of our work, knowing that growth will follow.
About the Founder
Jon Klinepeter, founder of Better Good Group, is a courageous leader and curious strategist who was made to empower organizations and leaders to thrive. His passion is helping those that want to leave the world better than they found it. He is guided by the foundational truth that every person has inherent worth and longs to contribute to the compelling cause of an organization. During his 22-year career, Jon has been able to learn from and bring new insights to both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations. Each organization that Jon has been a part of has seen significant metric and qualitative growth, while focused on strategic clarity, leadership development, excellence in communication and building a collaborative culture. Jon is also a writer, speaker and facilitator, challenging audiences to fully engage in the betterment of the world in which we live.
Jon holds an MBA from The University of Notre Dame with a focus on Strategy and Innovation, and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Northeastern Illinois University.