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Kim Cameron interviewed on The Business of Giving

December 20, 2017

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Kim Cameron recently appeared on The Business of Giving, a weekly podcast focused on solutions to today’s complex social problems. During the interview, Cameron spoke about one of the foundational questions of his research: “what we’ve done over the last fifteen years is to ask the question, do [positivity and virtuousness] affect performance in areas […]

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Kim Cameron, Center for Positive Organizations featured in Financial Post article

September 26, 2017

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Kim Cameron and his role as founder of the Center for Positive Organizations were featured in the Financial Post article, “How a leader can introduce relational energy, affirmation and ethics.” The article stressed the importance of scholarship and research in translating theory into practice, and Kim Cameron was quoted on positive leadership practices. In addition […]

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Kim Cameron featured in a chapter of The Palgrave Handbook of Organizational Change Thinkers

September 1, 2017

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Kim Cameron’s contribution to the academic field of Positive Organizational Scholarship (POS) in highlighted in a chapter of The Palgrave Handbook of Organizational Change Thinkers written by David Bright and Marc Lavine, members of the Center for Positive Organization’s Community of Scholars. Cameron’s teaching and research are featured in, “Kim Cameron Changing the Study of […]

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Kim Cameron and Jane Dutton cited in Harvard Business Review article about burnout and loneliness

July 20, 2017

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Kim Cameron’s work on positive leadership and Jane Dutton’s work on compassion in the workplace were cited in the Harvard Business Review’s “Burnout at work isn’t just about exhaustion. It’s also about loneliness.” According to the article, loneliness at work is a leading cause of burnout and underperformance along with health issues. Thus, leaders need […]

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Kim Cameron interviewed on BYU radio

April 20, 2017

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Kim Cameron was interviewed on Brigham Young University radio about positive relational energy and ‘positive energizers’ (the individuals in organizations who help other people flourish). Cameron describes how the best performing organizations have three times more ‘positive energizers’ than other organizations. Cameron claims that managing energy is four times more important for predicting performance than […]

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Kim Cameron’s research, online learning program contribution mentioned in Fast Company

September 8, 2016


The Employee Engagement Bootcamp, an online learning program developed at the Ross School of Business, was covered in a Fast Company article titled “The Short, Online Course In Gratitude That Can Make You A Better Boss.” The program incorporates research from Kim Cameron, and other scholars. Their expertise in positive leadership and finding purpose helped to build […]

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Kim Cameron interviewed on organizational virtuousness by CareerCycles

July 14, 2016


CPO co-founder and professor Kim Cameron was interviewed in a three-part podcast on positive psychology in the workplace. Cameron was interviewed as part of his involvement with the 3rd Canadian Conference on Positive Psychology this past June. He talks about the founding of the Center for Positive Organizations and his research on organizational virtuousness and downsizing. Listen […]

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Kim Cameron interviewed for cover of People & Purpose

June 30, 2016

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Kim Cameron, co-founder of the Center for Positive Organizations and the William Russell Kelly Professor of Management and Organizations, was featured on the cover of the June edition of the People & Purpose Positive Leadership Journal. The interview follows Cameron’s contributions in the development of Positive Organizational Scholarship, stemming from a background in psychology and organizational studies. Cameron talks […]

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The ignored resource that predicts job performance

June 30, 2016


Professors Kim Cameron and Wayne Baker measure relational energy and show how it’s critical for performance and well-being. What if there was a resource you could tap that would improve the job performance, happiness, and well-being of people in your organization? New research by Michigan Ross Professors Kim Cameron and Wayne Baker shows there is […]

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Kim Cameron gives first interview in new positive psychology podcast

June 27, 2016


Kim Cameron, the William Russell Kelly Chair of Management and Organizations and one of the co-founders of the Center for Positive Organizations, was interviewed by Michelle McQuaid for her new podcast series, “Making positive psychology work.” During his 22-minute interview, Cameron and McQuaid discuss how the positive impact of positive and relational energy are measurable […]

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Positive Psychologie Tour 2016

June 8, 2016


Wether health care, therapy, coaching, education, management, leadership or simply well-being: There is a demand for the scientific and applied perspective of “Positive Psychology”. It is about flourishing instead of mediocrity, about shaping the future instead of coping with the past. The Positive Psychology Tour 2016 offers recent theories and the latest tools.

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Kim Cameron, Emma Seppala on positive feedback in Harvard Business Review

May 31, 2016

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CPO core faculty and professor Kim S. Cameron and Emma Seppala wrote an article in the Harvard Business Review on positive work environments. The article, “Happy Workplaces Can Also Be Candid Workplaces” explains research-backed rules of thumb to help managers deliver constructive and candid feedback. “If you want to implement more positive communication, the data shows that […]

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