Monday, March 25, 2013

Are You Ready to Practice Positive Leadership This Week?

I am excited to have Dr. Kim Cameron, Associate Dean at Ross School of Business and one of the founders of Center for Positive Organization Scholarship at U of M, as the speaker at CEO Connect on March 29. In honor of this event, I suggest you all practice positive leadership this week. Here are a few of my favorite ideas on how to be a positive leader:
1. Rather than dwelling on deficiencies, you can focus on the strengths of your peers, bosses, and direct reports
2. Rather than kicking yourself in the butt for your own inadequacies, keep track of your own considerable achievements
3. Rather than dwelling on how people screwed up, you can tell stories about people’s outstanding achievements and the way they have gone beyond the call of duty
4. Rather than worrying about what may go wrong, you could visualize and talk about what could go right
If you have not signed up for Kim’s presentation or if you haven’t read his latest book on positive leadership, please click on the links below.

LINK TO CEO CONNECT: Kim Cameron CEO Connect
LINK TO KIM CAMERON'S BOOK: Positive Leadership

Coach Rob Pasick

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