Research conducted by Kim Cameron and presented in his groundbreaking books Positive Leadership and Practicing Positive Leadership, shows that positive energy of leaders can increase productivity as much as 150% as well as promote job satisfaction, cohesion, and team learning. This course, based on Cameron’s work and developed in partnership with the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, shows leaders how to unlock the highest potential within themselves and others to drive exceptional organizational growth.
Cameron, who is a professor of management and organizations and the associate dean of executive education at the Ross School, uses a practical, real-world approach that has influenced the development strategies of hundreds of organizations worldwide. Participants learn four highly effective strategies for leadership; acquire tools such as the Personal Management Interview (PMI) program; and employ the Competing Values Framework to measure individual, team, and organizational culture. This course will help your leaders establish the kind of high-performance work environment that is vital to business success.