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Driving Results Through Culture

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S. Chris Edmonds

The Purposeful Culture Group

Author of the Amazon best seller The Culture Engine

One of Inc.'s Top 100 Leadership Speakers of 2018

One of Richtopia's 200 Top Influential Authors 

Jun 13, 2022

About that title? We’ll get to Bruno in a minute.

The foundational principle of our book, Good Comes First, is that today’s leaders must make RESPECT as important as RESULTS, every day.

My colleague and co-author, Mark Babbitt, and I were keynoting a conference. In our presentation, we share this fundamental model...

May 17, 2022

Most of you know me as a speaker, writer, and consultant. Some of you know that I’m a working musician on the side.

I grew up in California in the ’50’s and ’60’s. I watched great artists playing cool guitars - and I fell in love with stringed instruments. I’ve been collecting them since college.

To stay...

Apr 12, 2022

In our new book, Good Comes First, co-author Mark Babbitt and I propose four culture cornerstones that are the foundation of an uncompromising work culture.

These cornerstones help align people and practices to your ideal work culture.

Our first cornerstone, “Live Our Servant Purpose,” enables leaders, employees,...

Mar 15, 2022

Business leaders today have a lot on their minds – and on their plates.

They juggle hiring challenges. Mask mandates. Retaining talented players. Vaccine guidelines. Supply chain issues. Generating revenue. All these tasks are demanding, requiring attention and intention every minute.

Yes, these are important...

Jan 15, 2022

I’m old. Over the years, back and neck pain caused me to hold my neck & shoulders & back very tightly – so moving wouldn’t hurt. Those tight muscles learned to be inflexible and immovable – so I wouldn’t hurt.

Muscles are incredibly powerful. If they learn to be inflexible and immovable, they act like bones...