What does it mean to truly embrace the role of “Chief Cultural Officer”?
Find out by listening on the go to our conversation with Julie Sue Auslander, President and Chief Cultural Officer of cSubs, a highly successful woman-owned business that manages subscription programs for leading corporate and professional subscribers.
Among their many honors and awards for customer service, innovation, and growth over the years, cSubs is one of the few companies that Inc. magazine has named among its 5000 Fastest Growing Companies for more than 6 years in a row, beginning in 2008. (see more in Julie’s bio below)
- How Julie created a customer-centric and employee focused culture that drives her company’s performance
- How cSubs employees across the organization translate vision and values into meaningful action
- Three immediately useful ideas Julie has used for shaping and reinforcing cSubs’ strong cultural values
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About Julie Sue Auslander
Julie Sue Auslander is President and Chief Cultural Officer of cSubs. CSubs is a highly successful middle market, woman-owned business that manages subscription programs for leading corporate and professional subscribers. It’s one of the few companies that Inc. magazine has named among its 5000 Fastest Growing Companies for more than 6 years in a row, beginning in 2008.
Both cSubs and Julie have received many other honors, including being named to the Women’s Enterprise list of top business enterprises in the U.S., and receiving the 2015 ACG New Jersey Corporate Growth Award.
In addition to leading cSubs, Julie sits on the advisory board of the Center for Women and Enterprise, and on the Leadership Forum of the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council, an organization of more than 12,000 woman-owned companies. Read more about Julie Auslander.
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