Don't miss this year's opening session, featuring keynote speaker Joe Mull, M.Ed, CSP and his discussion on how to cultivate commitment in the workplace. We'll be discussing what leaders must say and do to get employees to care and try.
What happens in the workplace when everyone is committed? Answer: effort, teamwork, innovation and more. But commitment can’t be bought. It can only be earned by leaders and teams who possess the knowledge, skills and beliefs to create the conditions that lead to commitment. In this lively, entertaining, content-rich program, award-winning speaker and author Joe Mull, M.Ed, CSP outlines the kinds of interactions and environment leaders and teams must engineer to cultivate commitment.
Joe Mull, M.Ed, CSP speaks and writes on cultivating commitment in the workplace. His company, Joe Mull & Associates, works with organizations in more than 20 states to help their leaders become better bosses and build stronger teams.
Joe is the former head of Learning & Development for Physician Services at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC), where he directed learning strategy and implementation for one of the largest physician groups in the U.S. with more than 9,000 employees across 500+ locations.
Joe's first book Cure for the Common Leader: What Physicians & Managers Must Do to Engage & Inspire Healthcare Teams has been called "one of the most practical heath care leadership books you will ever read."
His newest book is No More Team Drama: Ending the Gossip, Cliques, & Other Crap that Damage Workplace Teams. Joe holds a Master's degree from Ohio University and is a Professional member of the National Speakers Association.