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Leadership / Mission Statement

Go Beyond the Mission Statement to Revitalize Workplace Creativity

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In 3 Steps to Workplace Inspiration, S. Chris Edmonds writes “The path to workplace inspiration resides in an organizational constitution, a document that formalizes your company's purpose, values and behaviors, strategies, and goals.”

Edmonds, the CEO and founder of The Purposeful Culture Group, says this document goes way beyond the traditional mission statement. In this Google Hangout, he walks us through how to craft an organizational constitution to boost employee engagement and work passion. 

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