Love as a Business Strategy: Resilience, Belonging & Success

Presented on: January 25th at 11:00 AM CST




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If you take a step back and look at your workplace culture, how would you describe it? Are good employees leaving? Are you working in a toxic environment? A better way of doing business is possible, so get ready to ditch the status quo and embrace humanity! Through storytelling and compelling examples, Mohammad Anwar and Frank Danna - Wall Street Journal Best Selling authors of Love as a Business Strategy, will lay out a new, people-first framework for achieving any business outcome by putting love to work. During this webinar, you will walk away understanding:

  • What love as a business strategy is - and how you can begin to put love to work
  • How behaviors impact business outcomes
  • How you can achieve better business outcomes by transforming behaviors
  • How you can build high performing and highly-reliable teams
  • How you can create resilience, a feeling of belonging, and success

About the authors: Mohammad Anwar, WSJ Best Selling Author of Love as a Business Strategy: Resilience, Belonging and Success, is the President and CEO of Softway and Culture+, co-creator and facilitator of Seneca Leaders, co-host of Love As A Business Strategy podcast, and a member of Forbes Business Council. He started Softway as a technology services company with his family at the age of 20 while pursuing his B.S. in Computer Science with a minor in Mathematics.

Frank Danna, a co-author of the WSJ Bestselling book Love as A Business Strategy, is the Director of Culture at Softway and Culture+ and the co-creator of Seneca suite of products and services co-host of Softway's Love As A Business Strategy podcast. Frank has mastered the skill of storytelling through the study of human behavior, video content, mobile applications, design, and communication.  Frank has been a key speaker at various conferences across the globe, including SXSW in Austin, TX, IRCE, and Snaphappen. 


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