Culture seems to be the latest buzzword, yet the employee experience is important. Let’s face it, employees have a choice of where they want to work. Chris Edmonds and Mark Babbitt sit down with Kevin to talk about culture and that it doesn’t have to suck. You have a role to play and when you equally value respect and results, profits go up.
- Chris and Mark define good and why it is more important now than ever before.
- They share their thoughts around “servant purpose”.
- They discuss how you can create or adjust the culture if you aren’t senior leadership.
- They talk about how remote work impacts culture.
Meet Chris and Mark
- Names: S. Chris Edmonds and Mark Babbitt
- Their Story: Chris and Mark are the authors of Good Comes First: How Today’s Leaders Create an Uncompromising Company Culture That Doesn’t Suck. Chris is also a speaker, executive consultant, and founder of The Purposeful Culture Group. Mark is also a speaker, executive coach, and President of WorqIQ.
- Worth Mentioning: Chris is one of Inc. Magazine’s 100 Top Leadership Speakers and was a featured presenter at South by Southwest. Mark is also CEO and Founder of YouTern. This career-focused community enables college students, recent graduates, and young professionals to find their first or next internship or job with the right organizational culture for them.
- Good Comes First: How Today’s Leaders Create an Uncompromising Company Culture That Doesn’t Suck by S. Chris Edmonds and Mark S. Babbitt
- The Long Game: How to Be a Long-Term Thinker in a Short-Term World by Dorie Clark
- Impact Players: How to Take the Lead, Play Bigger, and Multiply Your Impact by Liz Wiseman
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