The Difference Between “Toxic Positivity” and Positive Leadership
Featuring Kim Cameron, Professor Emeritus of Management and Organizations, University of Michigan, and Co-Founder, Center for Positive Organizations
Negative news can bombard us. We hear alarming statistics about depression and anxiety and stories about toxic workplaces and leaders. Despite the negativity, developing positive leadership skills can help you live a thriving life, both at home and at work. Professor Kim Cameron is on the forefront of researching the practices of positive leadership. He’s a co-founder of the Center for Positive Organizations and a distinguished professor at the University of Michigan. As the author of 16 scholarly books on positive practices, Kim has won multiple teaching awards, including recognition by his peers at the Academy of Management for making a major impact on the practice of leadership.
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Meet our guest
Professor Emeritus of Management and Organizations, University of Michigan, and Co-Founder, Center for Positive Organizations