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CULTURE CLIMBCongratulations on your silver book award!


Culture is a mountain effective leaders must climb, and this definitive guide will take leaders to the top.

For over a decade, Jaime Taets, chief vision officer and founder of Keystone Group International, has been the go-to consultant for executive teams hoping to untangle their issues and improve their businesses–profits, strategies, and services–along the way. And throughout that time, Jaime has learned that most business problems are actually people problems. To get at the root cause, leaders must go deeper than the business layer with questions that are rooted in culture and people.

Jaime developed ”The Impact Model” for this reason; to help you as a leader understand all the factors woven together that create a strong culture.

The Culture Climb will help leaders

• understand and examine their work culture in a simple yet comprehensive way,
• discover how to use culture to grow a healthy and sustainable business, and
• push past all the theories about culture to help leaders make real change.

If you want to get your business unstuck―if you want to take it to the next level―you are going to have to address culture. The Culture Climb can show you how.

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Author Bio

Jaime Taets is the chief vision officer of Keystone Group International, an organization she created to focus on leadership development, organizational strategy, and healthy growth. Before starting Keystone Group International, Jaime spent thirteen years in a large corporate environment in a variety of leadership roles, living and traveling globally. She is also a public speaker, author, podcast host, and thought leader. When Jaime is not writing books or helping leaders and organizations grow, she tries to spend time outdoors running, hiking and being in nature. She lives in the Minneapolis area with her husband and their four children.

Chelsey Paulson is the chief strategy officer at Keystone Group International. Her fifteen years of leadership experience in a midsize, employee-owned, technology organization led to her passion in culture development + revival, strategic growth, and leadership growth. Chelsey lives in the Minneapolis area and loves spending time with her husband and three children at the kids’ hockey games. When Chelsey is not writing books, using her superpowers to help leaders grow, or with her family, she unwinds by listening to podcasts and audio books while running outdoors.

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