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Course: Practicing Positive Leadership
Start Date: Oct. 18, 2021
Capstone: Oct. 22, 2021 12:00 pm ET
Time Commitment: 30 minutes of online activities per day for four days, 60 minute virtual live capstone at date & time noted above
About This Course
Many people think effective leadership is defined by knowledge and skills, but the energy you exude to drive performance is just as critical. This sprint helps participants gain an introspective approach to positive leadership and frameworks to become a more positive, effective leader.
During the course, you will explore how to practice Positive Leadership and how your application of positive leadership principles can inspire new levels of employee engagement and accomplishment at your organization. Activities in the Sprint will introduce key principles, help you assess your current capabilities, and let you explore positive leadership in action through relevant case studies.
As you begin to understand the power of positive leadership, you will share with your peers ideas about how to put it into practice to create a culture of positivity, engagement and empowerment.
William Russell Kelly Professor of Management and Organizations, Ross School of Business, University of Michigan
What You Will Learn
Explore the research and science behind using energy networks to increase personal and team effectiveness
Tips and tools that you can apply to become a more positively energizing leader
How to become a positive energizer
What You Will Do
Understand the importance of positive leadership and its relationship to improved team and company performance
Assess your level of positive leadership and the extent to which your organization implements positive practices
Identify and implement positive leadership practices for your team