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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 

Aug 5, 2019


When leaders find undeniable data that their work culture is bent or broken, they must address the problem immediately.

In recent days, two highly-regarded work cultures have been faced with such undeniable data. In one case, 16 US Marines were arrested on their Southern California base, on suspicion of drug offenses and smuggling of undocumented migrants.

In the second case, Rear Admiral Collin Green communicated to all SEAL team leaders and members that, “We have a problem.” In response to an entire SEAL team recently being sent home from Iraq due to allegations of sexual assault and alcohol abuse and members of a second SEAL team allegedly having abused drugs while stationed in Virginia last year, Green said, “I don’t know yet if we have a culture problem. I do know that we have a good order and discipline problem that must be addressed immediately.”

Workplaces face these same issues. Simply defining your desired values and behaviors doesn't mean people will actually embrace them.

In today's three-minute Culture Leadership Charge video episode, I outline how leaders can ensure disciplined alignment to desired values and behaviors in your organization daily.


This is episode seventy-one of my Culture Leadership Charge video & podcast series. In these concise episodes, I presents the best practices for creating and maintaining a purposeful, positive, productive culture - at work, at home, and in your community.

This content was released in video format on my website,, on August 5, 2019.

Check out my YouTube channel to view all of my 3-minute Culture Leadership Charge video episodes.