Creating a Culture of Emotional Commitment in Your Organization
Jan 24, 2019
This webcast focuses upon ways of achieving emotional commitment in your people.
Any manager can appear fully productive and enthusiastic simply because he or she is intellectually and financially committed.
But if you’ve ever witnessed a human being emotionally committed to a cause, you know there’s a big difference.
Achieving ferocious cultural commitment is the focus of this Webcast program.
- The importance of emotional commitment to managers and their companies
- How real leadership starts and exactly what it looks like when it’s done right
- The one thing even more important than how to be a leader
You will never really work for your company until your company really works for you.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Stan Slap is the president of the international consulting company called, by a remarkable coincidence, “Slap.” He has a history of accomplishments as a CEO with as many as 5,000 employees reporting to him and has served as a director of several companies with their CEOs reporting to him, which he prefers a whole lot more.
Slap has directed the successful expansion for companies ranging from Patagonia to Pennzoil. He designed the plan that helped Oracle sell their strategic intent to 40,000 employees in 167 countries and developed employee reengagement plans for HSBC, Europe’s largest bank. He has created winning brand strategies for companies from Deloitte to Black Entertainment Television and has invented many successful advertising campaigns, consulted to leading advertising agencies and personally written slogans for companies from Coca-Cola to Checkpoint Software.