Mark Your Calendar: Building a High Commitment/Performance Company Webcast

Great chief executive officers (CEOs) strive to build high commitment, high performance companies. Few companies, however, are able to do it and fewer are able to sustain. How to Build a High Commitment, High Performance Company: TruePoint Research and the GE Commercial Leasing Case, explores recent research into how great companies achieve it.

The May 23 webcast is hosted by Michael Beer, Professor Emeritus of the Harvard Business School and Chairman of TruePoint Partners, a research-based consulting firm, and Chris Richmond, Director of TruePoint Partners and the former CEO of GE Capital Commercial Leasing. The 90-minute webcast, sponsored by Harvard Business School Publishing, begins at noon, Eastern Daylight time, is by invitation, and free of charge.

The hosts will discuss the three key goals of high commitment and high performance:

  • Performance alignment
  • Psychological alignment
  • Adaptability

Examples of five firms that transformed into high commitment, high performance organizations will be shared, along with suggestions for applying the lessons learned to other organizations. Request an invitation from info@trupoint.com.

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