LUNCH & LEARN: Do Good to Lead Well - The Science and Practice of Positive Leadership
DO GOOD TO LEAD WELL – THE SCIENCE AND PRACTICE OF POSITIVE LEADERSHIP
Developing effective leadership skills is of paramount concern to organizations today. Research from the social and organizational sciences demonstrates that positive leadership contributes to significant intangible (e.g. increased employee engagement, improved job satisfaction) and tangible (e.g. higher revenue, etc.) benefits for those who align with these principles. However, countless models exist, which can leave senior executives and business leaders wondering how to do the right thing to obtain the desired result.
Join us on Tuesday, August 20th, as Forbes author Craig Dowden (PhD) delivers an engaging and thought-provoking workshop entitledDo Good to Lead Well – The Science and Practice of Positive Leadership. Based on his Amazon best-seller, Do Good to Lead Well - The Science and Practice of Positive Leadership, this lunch-and-learn reviews two of the foundational pillars of positive leadership; self-awareness and empathy. The book, which was published by Forbes, has been endorsed by over 30 CEOs and international best-selling authors/TED speakers, including Adam Grant, Daniel Pink and Marshall Goldsmith.
Drawing on classic and cutting-edge research, this workshop builds a strong business case that shows how the ‘softer side’ of leadership maximizes individual and collective success. This session also shares concrete tips and strategies that individuals can adopt to exemplify positive leadership behaviors immediately within their workplaces and in their communities. It challenges participants to think about how to leverage the power of “doing what’s right.”