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Jason Richmond

Jason Richmond

Jason Richmond is an authoritative culture change strategist whose work over the past twenty-plus years has helped companies build strong, sustained revenue growth by empowering their employees and developing energizing office cultures.

As President/CEO and Chief Culture Officer for Ideal Outcomes, Inc., he has designed and implemented Leadership Development Journeys for Fortune 100 companies and he has guided numerous start-ups on the path to become noted industry leaders. He has also supplied thought leadership and innovative consulting services to a wide range of mid-size companies.

Author of two books Culture Spark: 5 Steps to Ignite and Sustain Organizational Growth and Culture Ignited: 5 Disciplines for Adaptive Leadership, and a member of Forbes Business Council, Jason is an in-demand keynote speaker who captivates audiences with his direct, refreshing, no-nonsense style.

In addition, he heads up a team of culture strategists and trainers whose learning course on the Udemy platform Foundations of a Strong Corporate Culture provides students with a framework for transformative culture change. You can follow him on Twitter and LinkedIn.

Jason Richmond is an opinion columnist for the CEOWORLD magazine. Connect with him through LinkedIn.
Jason Richmond
CEO Briefing

From Streams to Startups: Nurturing Human Capital Like Nature’s Precious Resource

Recently I took part in a two-day water conservation tour in the Rocky Mountains. It gave me a new appreciation of the wisdom of our forefathers who more than a hundred years ago had the insight and vision to make sure that water on the west coast was adequate and...
Business Team Meeting
CEO Agenda

Diversity Must Start At The Top

Look around you. What do you see? Do you have as many female employees as male employees? What about senior management? What’s the ratio in terms of the sexes? Furthermore, how well are minority groups represented in your organization and your leadership team? And, beyond the workforce, have you considered...