9 Things Positive Leaders Do

Leading Blog

The Power of Positive Leadership summarizes much of his thinking and provides a great introduction to all of his other work. Positive leadership is grounded in reality. It is because we will have to overcome negativity, adversity and problems that we should be positive.

The Power of Positive Framing

Kevin Eikenberry

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6 Ways To Become A More Positive Leader

Joseph Lalonde

That’s why we need to learn how to become more positive… 6 Ways To Become More Positive. Feed your positivity: Find ways to take in positive content. The more you’re seeking out positive inputs, the more positivity you’re going to exude.

False Positives

Great Leadership By Dan

Guest post by David Small : I’ve been coaching elite athletes and soldiers for the more than a decade now, and recently I learned a lesson about false positives. Here are four tips to build up your team without giving them false positives.

How Positive Images (and negative ones) Shape Your Reality

Jesse Lyn Stoner Blog

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Positive Leadership Toward Reinventing Organizations

Lead Change Blog

Positive Leadership , based on positive psychology, makes a tremendous difference in any workplace no matter how hierarchical its structure may be, or how plain the tasks at hand. That’s where positive leadership comes in. You can always apply positive leadership.

How’s Your Leadership…Positive or Polluted?

General Leadership

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Got Ethics? Are You Positive?

Leading in Context

Ethical Leader Ethical Organization Trends ethical leadership ethics training positive ethical leadership proactive ethical leadership what is ethics In spite of all the bad news you see in the media about ethics, we don''t build ethical cultures by focusing on the negative. Let''s face it - thinking about fraud, embezzlement and conflict of interest won''t make us better leaders. But that''s what many of us are focusing on in our organizations.

10 Positive Paradigms in Church Leadership

Ron Edmondson

Obviously, there are positive mindsets in the church also. Here are 10 positive paradigms in the church: We can do it Pastor. And speak positively about it? As a pastor, those are 10 positive paradigms I would share. What positive church paradigm would you add to my list?

Why Positive Leadership Energy?

Coaching Tip

At the heart of positive leadership lies the concept of positive energy. Whereas much popular literature is dominated by discussions about the toll of stress, burnout, depression, tension, anxiety, fatigue, disengagement, and fear, less attention is paid to positive energy, even though it is one of the most powerful and important predictors of organizational and individual success. Positive energy is characterized by a feeling of aliveness, arousal, vitality and zest.

Nearly 40% Never Give Positive Reinforcement

Leadership Freak

For many, it’s easier to talk about what sucks than what’s great. There’s a negative voice in our heads. Personally, you can’t speak well of yourself. Humble leaders don’t brag. They talk about… Continue reading → Appreciation Encouragement Leading Marks of leaders Taking others higher Leadership Development organizational success

2 Self-Leadership Hacks for Positivity

Lead Change Blog

While on vacation I was reminded of the power of positivity. How to hack positivity. Most would agree that’s a positive outcome. How positivity benefits us. and Strengths Based Leadership , recognizes “Positivity” as a core relationship-building strength.

Discover The Positives Of Negative Leadership

Joseph Lalonde

Just because there’s negative leadership doesn’t mean there’s not a positive in there somewhere. Now that I’ve opened your eyes to companies that have used negative space positively, I want to encourage you to find the positive in the negative leadership you may face.

3 Ways to Be a Positive Leader

Leading Blog

This is a guest post by best-selling author and speaker, Jon Gordon about the value of developing positive relationships with the people you lead. In turn, they are more likely to share their positive energy with your customers, thus enhancing service and the bottom line.

Be Known Positively

Nathan Magnuson

Recently I shared 9 Leadership themes for the new year , including one: be known positively. So how can we build positive interactions and relationships with others? I’m realizing this particular theme is harder that it seems.

How Negative Leaders Become Positive Today

Leadership Freak

Become positive: #1. Imagine you’re a positive leader. Behave your way into positive leadership. #2. The immediate environment around you is your complete responsibility. Go do that. Stop saying, “Yes, but….” One reason… Continue reading → Influence Marks of leaders Success Culture Leadership Development organizational success

A Positive Attitude is Contagious

General Leadership

“The person who sends out positive thoughts activates the world around him positively and draws back to himself positive results.”. A positive attitude is contagious! The post A Positive Attitude is Contagious appeared first on General Leadership.

How To Gracefully Exit Your Leadership Position

Joseph Lalonde

L eadership is a temporary position. Whether this position is within a business, non-profit, or a church, one day your time as a leader will come to an end. What do you do when your leadership position ends? Leaving a leadership position isn’t always easy.

What is your level of positivity?

Lead on Purpose

Fast.” … Continue reading → Leadership Learning Product Management Purpose positivity success “The most successful companies and businesses understand that their greatest asset is their people. When businesses take care of their people the businesses and their people thrive. When they don’t take careof this incredibly valuable resource, they lose it.

You Matter – Regardless of Your Position

Lead Change Blog

The magic is that you can give it to them, regardless of your formal position or role. The minute you understand that You Matter you can start making a positive difference to others. Do you think that you matter at work? What do you think the majority will answer…?

Is Your Leadership Net Positive?

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton Generating an intentional positive ethical impact is the successful ethical leadership of the future, and it''s already here. The Forum For the Future describes it as net positive leadership - making a positive contribution to society and leaving things better than we found them.

Building a positive work-life culture

Strategy Driven

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How Positive Thinking Really Works

Leadership Freak

Positive thinking is important. But, positive thinking that results in fantasies about easy success are ridiculous. I start feeling negative when I hear, “Stop thinking negative thoughts.” Successful leaders are optimistic about success. If success… Continue reading → Marks of leaders Optimism Success Leadership Leadership Development leadership success

The Transformative Power of Positive Leadership

General Leadership

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4 Tips for Building a Positive Online Presence

Women on Business

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Leading with unconditional positive regard

Aspire-CS

Seeing others with unconditional positive regard. Those who work in the coaching profession (whether they are life, business, or executive coaches) may be familiar with the idea of “unconditional positive regard”, a term borrowed from therapeutic methodologies, described as a way of accepting and supporting someone no matter what they say or do. In the end, taking on an attitude of unconditional positive regard is a growth strategy for the people you lead.

The Transformative Power of Positive Leadership

Mills Scofield

And the best part is it offers all of us a series of compelling leadership lessons on how each of us can promote positive change in our surroundings-one willful choice at a time. The key word in this personal definition of leadership is positive influence.

The Power of Positive Feedback (and More)

Kevin Eikenberry

In any coaching workshop I lead, or in any conversation with leaders that turns to coaching, the discussion of positive feedback will ensue. How much positive feedback should be given? Building Relationships Developing Others Leadership Learning coaching encouragement positive feedback supportHere are just a smattering of the questions that come up. Don’t people already know if they are doing it well? If I give them [.].

Be a Positive Force

Lead Change Blog

I suggest that each of us needs to add one more resolution to our list – to be a positive force in our home, community, and workplace. First off, why be a “positive force”? Why invest time in your positive well being? What’s a good gauge of your positive health?

On Leadership, Positivity and Notions of Power

Linked 2 Leadership

Is it authority, position, or seniority? Authentic Leadership Coaching Corner Emotionally Intelligent Leadership Servant Leadership business leadership Management positivity What makes for a “powerful” leader? Could it also be personal gravitas in the way the leader speaks and acts? The interesting thing about power is that leaders and followers alike have an opinion about it but rarely take the time to try and define what it really is […].

How to Make Negative Feedback a Positive Thing

Leadership Freak

Someone said something to you that transformed the way you saw yourself. It felt like a punch in the gut. It challenged assumptions you held about yourself. It confronted disappointing performance you hadn’t… Continue reading → Feedback Leadership Development organizational success

10 Tips to a More Positive Outlook

Women on Business

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Four Ways Leaders Position Their Teams for Success

C-Level Strategies

and was surprised the responses were not more positive. You see, I believe leaders have a vital responsibility to position their team members for success. Parents have a vital responsibility to ensure that their children are positioned for success in school.

5 Positions Companies Need To Navigate Digital Transformation

N2Growth Blog

This position applies the process of content curation of a domain specific corpus of information. Many of the positions in ML/DL require advanced-math skills. “The last 10 years have been about building a world that is mobile-first.

Positive Illusions May Be A Leader’s Secret Weapon

N2Growth Blog

Overlooking the negative and focusing on the positive,” says Helen Fisher, a best-selling author on relationships and a fellow at the Kinsey Institute. Speaking on NPR’s Diane Rehm Show , Fisher says that brain scans of couples averaging 20 years revealed the parts of the brain that were active were those linked to empathy, self-control, and an ability to overlook negative, that is, “positive illusions.”. Dissent over issues is a positive; it encourages freedom of thought.

5 Questions to Positive Energy

Leadership Freak

Organizational energy is leadership’s responsibility. Negative energy is the result of neglect or ignorance. Successful leaders energize others. Focus on energy: In as little as five minutes, you can energize a team member. But,… Continue reading → Coaching Taking others higher Leadership Development leadership success organizational success

My 7 Part Strategy for a New Leadership Position

Ron Edmondson

Whenever I enter a new position, I want to be strategic. The first couple years in my new position were challenging and fun at the same time. All unexpected, but it brought very positive feedback.

Four Ways to Deal with Negativity in a Positive Way

Leadership Freak

We’re not impressed with positivity. Positive Leadership). I’m a no nonsense farm boy originally from a dairy farm in Central Maine. I recently reconnected with my friend Jon Gordon (Mr. I’ve been skeptical… Continue reading → Author Book Notes Optimism Leadership Development organizational success

The Mighty Pen – Four Reasons to Write Positive Feedback Down

Kevin Eikenberry

Every leader, supervisor, coach, team member and parent has been told of the value of giving positive feedback. We’ve learned all of the basics about giving positive feedback successfully: make it timely, make it specific, and when giving positive feedback consider sharing it publicly. [.]. Building Relationships Developing Others Leadership coaching encouragement feedback positive feedback written feedback

Change and (Positive) Emotions

Kevin Eikenberry

For years in training around the world I’ve said – “There is always an emotional component to change.” And people have typically nodded in agreement. After all, personal experience will tell anyone this is true. There have been changes in your life you were excited about, and those where your emotions were, let’s say, less [.]. Influence Leadership Learning effectiveness leadership development