Chris is joined by senior consulting partners Mark Babbitt and Shawn Murphy for larger client projects.

Between them, Chris, Mark and Shawn have over 76 years of culture leadership facilitation, coaching, and consulting experience.

Mark Babbitt is President and Senior Partner of WorqIQ and a senior consulting partner with The Purposeful Culture Group.

Mark has 20 years experience helping organizations from non-profits, to start-ups, to Fortune 100 companies build and maintain for-purpose and human-centered company cultures.

Mark co-authored the Amazon best seller A World Gone Social: How Companies Must Adapt to Survive, published in August 2014 by Amacom.

Mark has been featured as a contributor in Entrepreneur, Forbes, Harvard Business Review, and many other major traditional and digital publications.

Shawn Murphy is CEO and Principal Consultant of WorqIQ and a senior consulting partner with The Purposeful Culture Group.

Shawn has 26 years experience helping leaders design, implement and measure culture change strategies.

Shawn’s first book, The Optimistic Workplace: Creating an Environment That Energizes Everyone, was published October 2015 by Amacom.

Shawn has a weekly column, “Positive Business” on His work and message has been featured in USA Today, Forbes, Fortune, Inc., The Economist, BBC, The Globe and Mail, and many other outlets

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