Authentic Leadership Requires Personal Connection

By S. Chris Edmonds / November 22, 2010 / 0 Comments

I am always on the lookout for trends and research in leadership and culture. When I’m present (and not buried in getting things done – which is all to easy […]

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Create a Culture Where Discretionary Energy Thrives

By S. Chris Edmonds / November 15, 2010 / 0 Comments

To what extent does your organization’s culture enable individual staff to be fully present and apply their discretionary energy? Like the Formula One Ferrari pictured at left, a high performing, […]

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Ford CEO: Employee Involvement is a Top Priority

By S. Chris Edmonds / November 8, 2010 / 0 Comments

On my flight back to Denver from Houston last week I had the pleasure of sitting next to a consultant from Ethisphere. The research-based Ethisphere Institute is a leading international […]

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Ooops! Atoning for A Mistake

By S. Chris Edmonds / November 1, 2010 / 0 Comments

Ever made a mistake at work? No? Then you’re one of the few, lucky players. I’ve made some really big ones in my career, but I’ve tried to not make […]

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Learnings from W.L. Gore: Compensate for Contribution

By S. Chris Edmonds / October 25, 2010 / 0 Comments

In 1995 I was invited to join a design team, charged with 1) examining how the Ken Blanchard Cos. operates and 2) facilitating large company meetings to build consensus and […]

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Employee Reviews: Include Values Demonstration AND Performance Feedback

By S. Chris Edmonds / October 18, 2010 / 0 Comments

Many organizations manage performance on a calendar year plan, so this is the time of year when performance reviews occur. Your leaders, managers, and employees need regular performance feedback! Reviews […]

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