Providing A Qualitatively Distinct Hospice Experience & Purpose-Driven Work Environment

Episode 127

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Jeff Bond

At the core of Jeff's work is helping servant leaders use their influence as a force for good. As the Co-Founder of Chat With Leaders Media and Executive Partner at People First Elevation Team, he empowers organizational leaders with media solutions that spark collaboration and shared purpose with their teams and customers.

Together with his team, Jeff delivers event production, podcast production, content creation, cross-cultural training, and strategic advisory solutions. They are committed to unlocking the power of inclusive storytelling, shared experiences, leadership development, and feedback integration to ensure their media solutions meet the needs of their clients' stakeholder groups.

Their core values—Partnership, Inclusion, and Empowerment—guide everything they do. By fostering strong partnerships, embracing diverse perspectives, and equipping leaders with the tools to succeed, they aim to transform the way people engage while getting meaningful work done.

Outside of work, Jeff cherishes time with his wife and three kiddos, balancing his roles as a husband and father with his professional life in Atlanta, GA. Connect with Jeff to explore how impactful media solutions can drive success and engagement.

In this episode, Jeff sits down with Hugh Henderson, Founder & Owner of Capstone Hospice in Atlanta, GA which exists as a values-based company focused on exceptional people delivering exceptional care. They unpack Hugh’s story of building this successful business, defining company values,, building a strong company culture centered around calling and purpose, how the need for hospice care has been skyrocketing in our society, and practical advice he would have for other aspiring leaders who want to put “purpose” at the core of their business.


Hugh Henderson began his hospice career in 1992 as a Counselor with a local hospice organization.  After 24 years of seeing the hospice industry from all different angles and serving in various hospice leadership positions with local, regional, and national companies, Mr. Henderson decided to open Capstone Hospice in 2015. Capstone exists as a values-based company focusing on exceptional people delivering exceptional care.  

Mr. Henderson holds a Master’s Degree in Community Counseling from Georgia State University and a Bachelor’s degree in Educational Psychology from the University of Georgia.  He and his wife, Karen, have been happily married for 28 years and have three children, ages 27, 24, and 21.  Hugh and his family attend Perimeter Church in Johns Creek, where Mr. Henderson serves as an Elder.  When not fulfilling his career-long passion for hospice, Hugh enjoys spending time with his family, playing tennis, and watching college football (Go Dawgs!).


In architectural terms, the capstone is the final fixture put in a place on any constructed edifice– the “crowning achievement” so to speak of a building or, in the case of a hospice patient, a lifetime.  The capstone allows patients and families to put “the final stone” in place as a monument to the value and worth of the life lived by each hospice patient.  

The word “capstone” is also a biblical reference found in the book of Psalms (118:22).  Such a reference emphasizes Capstone’s values-based approach and our desire to have a positive impact on all we serve.

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