Positive Leadership: It’s in Every One of Us

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 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  
  • 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

Sessions

Code: LDC1907

Presenter: Jennifer Evans

Cost: $189

Offered by Learning & Professional Development