Positive Links Speaker Series Session: Cultivate Positive Identities

Laura Morgan Roberts(rev)

November 17, 2014

4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

The Colloquium, 6th Floor, Ross Building, Stephen M. Ross School of Business

The Positive Links Speaker Series 2014-15 season features contributing authors of How To Be a Positive Leader: Small Actions, Big Impact.

Positive leaders are able to dramatically expand their people’s—and their own—capacity for excellence. And they accomplish this without enormous resources or huge heroic gestures. Leading scholars describe how this is being done at organizations such as Wells Fargo, Ford, Kelly Services, Burt’s Bees, Connecticut’s Griffin Hospital, the Michigan-based Zingerman’s Community of Businesses, and many others. Like the butterfly in Brazil whose flapping wings create a typhoon in Texas, you can create profound positive change in your organization through simple actions and attitude shifts. Please join us to learn how.

Free and open to the public.

Dr. Laura Morgan Roberts is an author, professor, researcher, leadership development coach and organizational consultant.  She is the Professor of Psychology, Culture and Organization Studies in Antioch University’s Ph.D. Program in Leadership and Change. She is also a core faculty affiliate of the Center for Positive Organizational Scholarship. A thought leader in the areas of authenticity, identity, diversity, strengths, and value creation, Laura co-edited Exploring Positive Identities and Organizations (with Jane Dutton). Laura earned her MA and Ph.D. (Organizational Psychology) from the University of Michigan and BA (Psychology) from University of Virginia.

The Center for Positive Organizations thanks Paul F. Jones, Ross School of Business MBA 1975, for his generous gift in support of the 2014-2015 Positive Links Speaker Series.  

If you’d like to attend, please take a moment to sign up.