Bury My Heart at Conference Room B by Stan Slap
The Unbeatable Impact of Truly Committed Managers
Ever have the feeling that no matter how rewarding your job is, there’s an entirely different level of success and fulfillment available to you? There is, and performance expert Stan Slap is going to help you get it.
Bury My Heart at Conference Room B entirely redraws the potential of being a manager. It will put an entirely new level of meaning into your job description. You will never really work for your company until your company really works for you.
Bury My Heart at Conference Room B is about igniting the massive power of any manager’s emotional commitment to his or her company — worth more than financial, intellectual and physical commitment combined. Sometimes, companies get emotional commitment in their early garage days or in times of tremendous gain, but it’s almost unheard of to get it on a sustained, self-reinforced basis. Of course, your company is only going to get it if you’re willing to give it. In Bury My Heart at Conference Room B, Slap proves that emotional commitment comes from the ability to live your deepest personal values at work and then provides a remarkable process that allows you to use your own values to achieve tremendous success.
• The highest-rated management solution at many of the world’s highest-rated companies.
• How to revolutionize performance in your organization.
• Where to find the urgency and energy to change the world.
• How to transform your career and life.
Remember this on behalf of your personal fulfillment, your success and the success of your company:
• A company must let managers live their values. People are hesitant to embrace any world that is barren of what feeds them.
• Living your values is the key to work/life balance. If you’re not living your values at work, you’re not living them in life.
• Your leadership is important. Your company is not a passive environment. It has its own purpose, priorities and life force. Living your values in such an environment cannot be a passive process.
• You should live your values at work. Your values are your essence: an undistorted mirror showing you at your pure, attractive best.