How to Be A Positive Leader

How to Be A Positive Leader

Small Actions, Big Impact

eBook - 2014
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"This is a book about how to lead people and organizations in ways that unlock their greatness. It offers a potent assembly of ideas about how small actions leaders take can make a difference in changing the trajectory of individuals and organizations, moving them more rapidly and effectively toward being their best. The book is built on a foundation of cutting-edge research and transformational insights from the field of positive organizational scholarship. How to Be a Positive Leader captures and clusters these transformational insights into four leadership action domains--tapping into the good, unlocking valuable resources, fostering positive relationships, and facilitating generative change--that encompass the full range of leadership abilities, from negotiating to inspiring to leading the ethics charge. Above all, each domain focuses on human relationships as the basis of any effective leadership. Proof that positive models of leading are the most productive means to lasting change, this book will give every leader the courage to make a positive difference in the workday"-- Provided by publisher.
"The field of positive leadership continues to expand. Building on the practical tools and philosophy in Kim Cameron's books (including Positive Leadership, over 30,000 copies sold), this edited volume brings the best research from fourteen scholars and translates it into plain English for organizations"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: San Francisco :, Berrett-Koehler Publishers,, 2014
ISBN: 9781626560291
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: Dutton, Jane E.
Spreitzer, Gretchen M.


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