The Guy

Stan Slap is the president of the international consulting company called, by a remarkable coincidence, “slap.” He has a history of accomplishments as a CEO with as many as 5,000 employees reporting to him and has served as a director of several companies with their CEOs reporting to him, which he prefers a whole lot more.

Since 1985, Stan has focused his hoodlum neurons on creating success for slap clients. He is credited with revolutionizing performance for some of the world’s biggest, smartest and fastest companies — developing explosive growth strategies and the cultural willingness to implement them. He personally coaches CEOs and the executive teams of many of these companies.

Stan has directed the successful expansion for companies ranging from Patagonia to Pennzoil. He designed the plan that helped Oracle sell their strategic intent to 40,000 employees in 167 countries and developed employee re-engagement plans for HSBC, Europe’s largest bank. He has created winning brand strategies for companies from Deloitte to Black Entertainment Television. He has invented many successful advertising campaigns, consulted to leading advertising agencies and personally written slogans for companies from Coca-Cola to Checkpoint Software.

Mr. Fabulous has also developed a number of successful management training programs (the number is 27) that have been implemented in more than 70 countries. Stan is a frequently requested keynote speaker in many of these same countries and in constant demand for major event presentations by Fortune 500 and Global 2000 companies.
 
Oh, enough already:  His self-published “off-white papers” are required reading in several university MBA programs, and his first book Bury My Heart at Conference Room B was a New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today Best Seller.  Stan is working on his second book which will be released later this year.

Stan Slap is intent on making a profound difference in the world before he is forcibly removed from it.

Photography by David Allan Brandt