Stan Slap on Engaging Emotional Commitment in the Workforce

Stan Slap asked thousands of managers what were their most important personal values and the top answers were “family” and “integrity.” When he asked the same managers which values they were most pressured to compromise, the top answers were “family” and “integrity.” It’s not that work is simply keeping us away from home and forcing us to lie, it’s that the majority of the workforce feels that they cannot truly be comfortable as themselves in the workplace. In his new book, Bury My Heart at Conference Room B, Stan discusses ways to tap into these unmet needs and create true emotional engagement in employees.

Stan Slap is the president of the international consulting company called “slap.” He is credited with revolutionizing performance for some of the world’s biggest, smartest and fastest companies — developing explosive growth strategies and the cultural willingness to implement them. He personally coaches CEOs and the executive teams of many of these companies. He has also developed a number of successful management training programs that have been implemented in more than 70 countries. He is the author of a new book, Bury My Heart at Conference Room B: The Unbeatable Impact of Truly Committed Managers.

For additional training on this topic, consider these AMA seminars:

*Play to Your Strengths: Harnessing the Power of Your Personality
*Project Team Leadership: Building Commitment Through Superior Communication
*Achieving Leadership Success Through People

To learn more, read these AMACOM Books:

*Leading with Kindness, by William F. Baker & Michael O’Malley, Ph.D.
*The Nature of Leadership, by B. Joseph White & Yaron Prywes
*30 Reasons Employees Hate Their Managers, by Bruce L. Katcher & Adam Snyder

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