mleifer got their new infographic by running a design contest:
Create an infographic for Stan Slap's "The 7 Deadly Sins of an Employee Culture's Commitment"
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Business & Consulting
Story to tell in the infographic
The 7 Deadly Sins of Employee Commitment.
Data to include in the infographic
(For the below please include the titles, sub-titles, section titles and sub-section titles as text and as graphics). TITLE: THE SEVEN DEADLY SINS OF AN EMPLOYEE CULTURE'S COMMITMENT SUB-TITLE: What stops the commitment of your employee culture and how to start it. SECTION TITLE: The Original Sin SECTION SUB-TITLE: Failure to Respect the Power of an Employee Culture (Graphically bring this title to life by showing the following vs using text: (1) WHY your employee culture cares more about itself than about your company. (2) HOW to convert this reality into outstanding results.) SECTION TITLE: The Second Deadly Sin SECTION SUB-TITLE: Presumption of Rapid Behavioral Change (Graphically bring this title to life by showing the following vs using text: (1) WHY your employee culture really resists change. (2) HOW to speed acceptance of the new and different.) SECTION TITLE: The Third Deadly Sin SUB-SECTION TITLE: Plenty of Management Where Leadership Is Needed (Graphically bring this title to life by showing the following vs using text: (1) WHY managing your employee culture won’t move it. (2) HOW to practice real leadership—which will.) SECTION TITLE: The Fourth Deadly Sin SECTION SUB-TITLE: Say What? (Graphically bring this title to life by showing the following vs using text: (1) WHY communicating to your employee culture isn’t the same as convincing it. (2) HOW to talk so your culture listens hard, remembers well, and acts quickly. SECTION TITLE: The Fifth Deadly Sin SECTION SUB-TITLE: Pay What? (Graphically bring this title to life by showing the following vs using text: (1) WHY money isn’t the biggest motivator for your employee culture. (2) HOW to give your culture what money can’t buy.) SECTION TITLE: The Sixth Deadly Sin SECTION SUB-TITLE: Asking for Too Much Trust (Graphically bring this title to life by showing the following vs using text: (1) WHY your employee culture doesn’t trust like you want it to. (2) HOW to fix that fast. SECTION TITLE: The Seventh Deadly Sin SECTION SUB-TITLE: Big Kickoff. Little Pay off. (Graphically bring this title to life by showing the following vs using text: (1) WHY your employee culture instinctively resists big management plans. (2) HOW to get your culture to follow when you don’t have a map.) (At the bottom, please include the following text: From Stan Slap's New Book "Under the Hood: Fire Up and Fine Tune Your Employee Culture" http://www.slapcompany.com/book)
Elements to include in the infographic
(1) Do NOT use clip art or cartoon looking imagery. (2) Go for a Rock n Roll look and feel but not halloween or horror. Think Rolling Stones, Pearl Jam, Pink Floyd's "The Wall", White Stripes, Led Zeppelin, Rod Stewart, Triumph Motorcycles, Marshall Amps, Tattoos, Homestyle Blues, Stains, Diffused lettering, make it edgy but keep it authentic. Give this video a look see https://vimeo.com/41322013. Also look at www.slapcompany.com/book. (3) Slap Company Logo found in logo folder of this electronic press kit: http://www.bit.ly/stan_slap_under_the_hood_epk (4) Book cover found in the book cover folder of the EPK (5) Including the title of the 7 Deadly sins, sub-title, section titles and section sub-titles as text and graphics. Use the information found in the parenthesis directly after each section (as described above in the data field of this form) to help you think of graphics and icons that would work to bring those section headers to life.
Think of this as a poster and an infographic for the web. It should also look good on a mobile phone screen.
USD 599 Bronze package
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Infographic starts at $799.
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