Chris Edmonds

About Chris Edmonds

S. Chris Edmonds is the founder and CEO of the Purposeful Culture Group, which he launched after a 15-year career leading and managing teams. Since 1995, he has also served as a senior consultant with the Ken Blanchard Companies. Chris has delivered over 200 keynote speeches to audiences as large as 5,000, and guided his clients to consistently boost customer satisfaction and employee engagement by 40 percent and profits by 30 percent. He is the author or co-author of seven books, including “Leading At A Higher Level” with Ken Blanchard. His latest book, "The Culture Engine: A Framework for Driving Results, Inspiring Your Employees, and Transforming Your Workplace" (John Wiley & Sons, Sept. 2014) guides leaders to create workplace inspiration with an organizational constitution.

Website: http://drivingresultsthroughculture.com/

Follow Chris Edmonds on Twitter and Facebook

Posts by Chris Edmonds:

Change Your Organization’s Weather

Change Your Organization’s Weather

Wildfires are much more prevalent these days across the globe. They have the potential of burning large areas in just days or weeks. There is usually a great deal of struggle in containing such wildfires, with the risks of homes and lives being lost looming over those who battle the fires.

Unrelenting Integrity – Built with Every Promise Kept

Unrelenting Integrity – Built with Every Promise Kept

Our integrity is maintained with every kept promise. If we live with unrelenting integrity, we might create a trend – in our work team, among our friends, in our neighborhoods – where others embrace unrelenting integrity in their lives. While getting others to embrace unrelenting integrity is beyond our control, if we can move the needle a bit that direction, greater trust, respect, and dignity might occur.

Selfless Service, Strong Values, and Personal Connection

Selfless Service, Strong Values, and Personal Connection

There are several insights anyone can gain from an effective, genuine leader. As a genuine leader, you should be bold about your values and about the behaviors you must demonstrate to live your values. Share them. Ask your staff to help you live them. Connect to each of your team members. Learn and support their plans, hopes, and dreams. Let people know you care – and they will care right back. Demonstrate your skills in the workplace and help others build their skills. Be bold about the skills you DON’T have, yet, and ask for coaching from players who do have those skills. Commit time, talent, and treasure to personal and company philanthropy. Share what you have with those less fortunate, not just during the holidays, but all year long.

Job Search
close slider
Are you looking for a government career? Your journey starts now!

Your Career Search Just Got Easier

Pin It on Pinterest