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No more sweatpants?! Susan J. Ashford talks about return to work on Stateside

August 23, 2021


Photo: Chris Montgomery on Unsplash   Center for Positive Organizations (CPO) faculty associate Susan J. Ashford offers her expertise on the Stateside segment, “What to expect when you’re expected at work,” during the COVID-19 pandemic. The episode explores a variety of pandemic-related issues, including the segment in which Ashford and Michigan State University Associate Professor […]

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Kim S. Cameron discusses power of positivity with Forbes

August 23, 2021


Center for Positive Organizations (CPO) co-founder Kim S. Cameron discusses the power of positive, virtuous leadership in a pair of interviews with Forbes. The interviews — “How (And Why) Being Positive Can Supercharge Performance” and “How ‘Energizers’ Can Boost Everyone On The Team” — explore how positively energizing leadership can improve employee well-being and increase […]

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Kim S. Cameron discusses positively energizing leadership on Michelle McQuaid podcast

August 23, 2021


Center for Positive Organizations (CPO) co-founder Kim S. Cameron visits the Michelle McQuaid podcast to discuss the question: “Could You Be A Positively Energizing Leader?” The episode delves into Cameron’s research on the nature of positively energizing leadership and the impact it can have on team members and organizations. It uses Cameron’s new book “Positively […]

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Harvard Business Review quotes Jane Dutton on managing with compassion, accountability

August 23, 2021


Center for Positive Organizations (CPO) co-founder Jane Dutton is quoted in the Harvard Business Review article “Managers: Compassion and Accountability Aren’t Mutually Exclusive.” The article explores how managers can balance the compassion they’ve been encouraged to show employees during the COVID-19 pandemic with accountability as restrictions begin to lift. It includes eight practical steps managers […]

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Why women need male allies in the workplace – and why fighting everyday sexism enriches men too

August 4, 2021

By: Meg Warren


Photo: fauxels on Pexels   POISED (Positive Organizational Inclusion Scholarship for Equity and Diversity) Research Spotlight Women and groups advocating for gender equality are increasingly urging men to become allies in the fight. Research has shown that in the absence of male support, women have to shoulder the burden of battling routine workplace sexism such […]

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Seven ways to fight bias in your everyday life

August 3, 2021

By: Dolly Chugh


Photo: Nathan Lemon on Unsplash   Foster diversity and inclusion and build a better world by putting your beliefs into practice. When Tamir Rice, a young boy not much older than my own children, was shot by police and killed while playing with a toy gun, I finally felt like I had to get involved […]

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Ethan Kross shares research on harnessing the “inner-voice” to improve work and well-being

August 2, 2021

By: Kaylee Somerville


Ethan Kross remembers that at a young age, his father taught him to introspect when things went wrong. It became a valuable tool throughout his childhood and adolescence, helping him process challenges and rejection. It wasn’t until he began studying psychology that he learned about when introspection goes wrong. For many, turning inwards can make […]

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Sarah Wood, BBA ’18: Bringing joy to work and helping others do the same

July 30, 2021


Sarah Wood, BBA ’18, began a journey of discovery her sophomore year at the Ross School of Business, when she founded Oats and Woes, an oatmeal pop-up cafe. This oatmeal company later led to a popular blog about mental health detailing Wood’s journey to a more joyful life by connecting to others and to herself. […]

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Theresa Glomb offers tips for returning to the office in TwinCities.com article

July 29, 2021


Center for Positive Organizations (CPO) Research Advisory Board member Theresa Glomb is quoted in the TwinCities.com article “Heading back to the office after working from home during the pandemic? Here are some tips for adjusting.” The article explores lessons learned during the past year, when many employees worked remotely during the COVID-19 pandemic, and examines […]

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Chris White shares tips on how leaders can help employees shine with TED.com

July 29, 2021


Center for Positive Organizations (CPO) faculty associate Chris White writes about “3 ways to create a work culture that brings out the best in people” on TED.com. White suggests that by unblocking communication, becoming responsive, and aiming higher, leaders can harness all of the energy and creativity that employees have to offer. “Leaders must proactively […]

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Dutton, Caza offer advice on how to manage employees’ anxiety about returning to work

July 26, 2021


Photo: Andrea Piacquadio on Pexels Center for Positive Organizations (CPO) core faculty member Jane Dutton and CPO Research Advisory Board member Brianna Caza are quoted in the Harvard Business Review article “Help Your Employees Who Are Anxious About Returning to the Office.” The article gathers advice from experts on middle management and workplace compassion about […]

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