Positive Leadership: It’s in Every One of Us New!

The practice of positive organizational psychology suggests that regardless of our role we each have the capacity to be a leader who positively influences our own vitality and productivity and also that of our colleagues and organizations. With an understanding of some research based principles, and experience with two positive leadership practices; you can claim your identity as a positive leader and lead yourself and your organization to greater good, whatever your position or role.

You will learn to:

  • Describe the benefits of practicing positive organizational psychology
  • Differentiate between “positive psychology” and “being positive”
  • Recognize, embrace and develop your identity as a positive leader
  • Demonstrate how even small contributions can positively impact energy and productivity  
  • Apply the Fundamental State of Leadership process to gain a new understanding of and perspective on a presented problem
  • Use preferred futuring methods to focus your creativity and energy to proactively create your future

You will benefit by:

  • Maximizing your ability to use positive organizational practices in your work
  • Claiming your identity as a positive leader to benefit your own vitality and that of others
  • Understanding and affirming the positive contributions of people at all levels
  • Accessing and sharing the new possibilities for energy and productivity that positive organizational psychology offers

Audience:

Anyone who wants to maximize their natural potential as a positive leader

Curriculum Area

  • Leadership Development

Competencies

  • Building Relationships and Interpersonal Skills
    • Progressing
  • Communication
    • Progressing
  • Development of Self and Others
    • Progressing
  • Leadership and Achievement Orientation
    • Progressing

Sessions

Code: LDC1807

Presenter: Jennifer Evans

Cost: $189

Offered by Learning & Professional Development