S. Chris Edmonds

S. Chris Edmonds is a speaker, author, and executive consultant with his own firm and the Ken Blanchard Companies. He has authored or co-authored seven books, including "The Culture Engine," which helps leaders create workplace inspiration with an organizational constitution. He blogs and podcasts at DrivingResultsThroughCulture.com. Follow Chris on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and iTunes.

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Leadership traits to embrace today
Leadership traits to embrace today

In today's busy, skeptical world, the pressure is on leaders to demonstrate their skills.

The purpose of organizations must evolve beyond profit alone
The purpose of organizations must evolve beyond profit alone

Will the Business Roundtable's words be placed into action?

How leaders can hold team members accountable for results and respect?
How leaders can hold team members accountable for results and respect?

Good cultures start with clarity -- what is everyone agreeing to in terms of outcomes and respect?

Social media posts affect heart health -- and why leaders need to know this
Social media posts affect heart health -- and why leaders need to know this

How we express ourselves on Twitter can literally affect our health, and there's lessons for workplace leaders in that.

For the good of your business, invest in your culture
For the good of your business, invest in your culture

Read on for four reasons culture is critical for today's companies, with advice from Laszlo Bock.

What makes a leader worth following?
What makes a leader worth following?

What's the difference between good and bad bosses? And how do we define that quality?

Is your work culture affecting people’s brains?
Is your work culture affecting people’s brains?

What is neuroplasticity, and what does it have to do with the workplace?

How great bosses inspire traction when issues arise
How great bosses inspire traction when issues arise

How leaders react when bad things happen sets the tone for the whole team.

Purposeful culture
Purposeful culture

Desired culture doesn't just appear -- you need to put in the work to define, communicate and model values and expectations.

Measurement
Measurement

You measure financial results. Why wouldn't you measure how actions reflect values and show respect?