For John Hancock Financial Services, sponsoring a charity cycling event offers plenty of payoffs, from community goodwill to bonding with producers and clients to boosting the wellness of its own people.
Most mornings, you’ll find Keith Hartstein joining up with the Crack o’ Dawn Riders (motto: “If you’re not here by 5:45, you ride alone.”) in his Boston suburb, heading out for a 30-mile bike ride. Three weekends a month, you’ll find him in a bike race. And at work, as president and CEO, John Hancock Funds, you’ll find him spreading his passion for cycling throughout the company. Once a casual rider just looking for a way to get in shape, the 54-year-old executive is now a Category 4 ...
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