Culture Leadership Charge – Make Your People Better

By S. Chris Edmonds / May 7, 2018 / 0 Comments

“Make your people better.” I love this language! Thanks to Tech Sergeant Pete Ruiz of the US Air Force for sharing this idea with me. Would it impact your team and your business if your people performed better, cooperated better, served others better, and teamed better? Trust me – making your people better will make […]

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Culture Leadership Charge – Snacks Won’t Change Your Culture

By S. Chris Edmonds / April 16, 2018 / 0 Comments

I saw an ad on LinkedIn recently that made me laugh – out loud. The ad was for a company that delivers snacks to workplaces. The headline read, “CEOs rave about how easy it is to improve employee happiness, productivity, and well-being” . . . with snacks. I don’t doubt that healthy snacks can improve […]

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Culture Leadership Charge – Act From Your Best Self

By S. Chris Edmonds / April 2, 2018 / 0 Comments

When you’re at your best, you are calm and cool. Even under pressure, you are engaged, nimble, and inspiring of others. The work may be hard but you’re a source of confidence and skills. When you’re not at your best, you are anxious and fearful. You’re hard on yourself and hard on others. You’re less […]

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Culture Leadership Charge – Expand Your Worldview

By S. Chris Edmonds / March 19, 2018 / 0 Comments

How do you view the world? Your worldview impacts your plans, decisions, and actions every day, at home, in your community, and at work. Entrepreneur and author Hyrum W. Smith’s description of our worldview makes a lot of sense to me. As part of his excellent “reality model,” Hyrum describes an invisible “belief window” which […]

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Culture Leadership Charge – Purposeful Culture Assessment

By S. Chris Edmonds / February 19, 2018 / 0 Comments

How healthy is your organization’s culture today? You may not be aware of the quality of your work culture. You may not even think your organization has a “culture” – but it does. Whether your culture is an intentional one – with a formalized servant purpose, values and behaviors, strategies and goals – or not, […]

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Culture Leadership Charge – What Inspires and Sustains You?

By S. Chris Edmonds / January 15, 2018 / 0 Comments

In a recent online conversation, friends around the globe discussed the “civil service” foundation of political office. In virtually every country on the planet, politicians do not behave civilly nor do they act consistently in service to others. Civil service is in short supply today – in politics, in homes, in communities, and in workplaces. […]

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