Andrew Wyatt Leadership LLC, develops leaders around the world through coaching, speaking, training and consulting: CEO entrepreneurs, leaders and their companies.
Andy is the Author of Pro Leadership, Establishing Credibility, Building Your Following and Leading with Impact, published by Morgan James in February 2021.
In addition to writing and speaking, Andy coaches one on one, leads Pro Leadership Mastermind Groups, Masterclasses, Seminars and Retreats.
Andy also founded Andrew Wyatt Leadership and he is Head Coach & Managing Partner. He did so after completing 24 years as Founder and CEO of Cornerstone Capital Management LLC.
Andy has been married to Luann for 35 years and they have three grown children, Claire, Joe and Maggie. He also has a West Highland White Terrier named Winnie.
Andy founded Cornerstone as a private wealth management business in 1993. When Andy left Cornerstone in 2017, the firm had grown to over $15 billion in assets under management, serving institutional clients through four investment teams with offices in Minneapolis and New York. Prior to Cornerstone, Andy was Vice President and Portfolio Manager at Investment Advisers, Inc. At IAI, he gained extensive investment experience working with both institutional and individual clients in the management of their financial portfolios. He graduated from the University of Minnesota with a Bachelor of Science degree in agricultural economics with a concentration in futures trading. His vision, passion, and energy resulted in an unwavering commitment to helping clients achieve their financial objectives by creating a high- performance culture that attracted and rewarded the best financial management talent in the industry.
January 28th, 2021 | 30 mins 40 secs
andy wyatt, andywyattleadership, brian robinson, brianrobinson.co, cornerstone capital management, pro leadership, real faith stories
Andy founded Cornerstone Capital Management, a private wealth management business in 1993, and with his team had grown it to over $15 billion in assets under management. He sold the business in 2013 but, the deal went terribly wrong and he didn't receive any of the payout he was expecting. Over two decades of work just vanished with nothing to show for it. As you could imagine, his pain was immeasurable. But now he is absolutely certain this was the best thing that could have happened to him. In this episode he explains why.