Culture Leadership Charge – The Harassment Factor

By S. Chris Edmonds / December 23, 2017 / 2 Comments

We’ve seen a remarkable shift recently – a shift that is long overdue. It’s the #MeToo shift. Sexual harassment and assault has been an all too common experience for too many women at the hands of men in power – in workplaces and in communities – for decades. Probably for centuries. Today, victims – mostly […]

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Culture Leadership Charge – Living with Integrity

By S. Chris Edmonds / December 4, 2017 / 0 Comments

Would the people around you – colleagues, neighbors, family, friends – say you live your life with integrity? They observe your patterns – your plans, decisions, and actions – every day. They probably have an opinion about how well you “do what you say you will do” in their interactions with you – and observations […]

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Culture Leadership Charge – The Power of Learning

By S. Chris Edmonds / October 2, 2017 / 2 Comments

What are you learning today – to boost your skills, contribution, and service to others? I’m always learning. I want to keep my brain tuned and keep relevant daily. When I’m learning, I have to work through my assumptions to assess their relevance in this new state. That’s good for me and for my brain. […]

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Culture Leadership Charge – No Surprises

By S. Chris Edmonds / September 18, 2017 / 0 Comments

When I was growing up, my Mom made the best desserts. I remember coming home from school one day and the house was filled with the smell of freshly baked chocolate brownies! Mom held out a plate of her famous treats! I grabbed one, said thanks, and took a huge bite. And – yuck. Mom […]

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Culture Leadership Charge – Age is Just a Number

By S. Chris Edmonds / September 4, 2017 / 6 Comments

I’m old. I turned 65 this year so was able to join Medicare here in the US. I’d never thought about being a member of the Medicare generation! 65 is the age when many people retire. I’m not ready to retire. I have too many good ideas – I think – and there are many […]

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Culture Leadership Charge – Culture as a Competitive Advantage

By S. Chris Edmonds / July 3, 2017 / 0 Comments

Three million people quit their jobs in the US in April, 2017. Three million. The improving economy has resulted in a 4.3 percent unemployment rate in the US. It’s likely that those folks who quit had a number of job openings to consider. Why are these numbers important to leaders today? These indicators place greater […]

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