At Ross, our mission is to develop leaders who make a positive difference in the world. The concept of positive business is not new to us. As a matter of fact, our faculty have been leading research into positive business and leadership for more than three decades. So when the Financial Times wanted to focus on positive business in a new interview, they reached out to our Kim Cameron, U-M Ross Associate Dean for Executive Education and Professor of Management and Organizations.
In a new Power of Positivity interview with Della Bradshaw, Business Education Editor for the Financial Times, Professor Cameron talks about his research, which shows that a leader with positive energy can create four times more productivity than others.
Professor Cameron literally wrote the book on positive leadership and teaches the topic regularly to students and executives from across the world. We're proud to see him in the spotlight with the Financial Times.
Let us know your thoughts on positive business and how it can improve the health of businesses and organizations. Also check out the U-M Ross Center for Positive Organizations for additional information.