Positive leaders are able to dramatically expand their people’s - and their own - capacity for excellence. And they accomplish this without enormous expenditures or huge heroic gestures.
Here, leading scholars including Adam Grant, author of the best-selling Give and Take, positive organizational scholarship movement cofounders Kim Cameron and Robert Quinn, and 13 others describe how this is being done at companies like Wells Fargo, Ford, Kelly Services, Burt’s Bees, Connecticut’s Griffin Hospital, Michigan-based Zingerman’s Community of Businesses, and many others.
The authors show that, like the butterfly in Brazil whose flapping wings create a typhoon in Texas, you can create profound positive change in your organization through simple actions and attitude shifts.
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- jerry majewsky
How To Be A Positive Leader
The narrator could have been more energetic. Content was good but confusing at times. Highlighting main points after every chapter would have been helpful.