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Chris Murchison, Expressions of Gratitude in the Workplace

Chris Murchison presents expressions of gratitude in the workplace

June 12, 2019


Why do expressions of gratitude matter in the workplace? Here, Murchison outlines several examples of gratitude that  have positively impacted an organization and workers directly. From rituals, to an inspiring heartfelt haiku from a manager, and evolving “Annual Reviews” into “Annual Conversations,” to help employees flourish and grow. His presentation also includes a powerful video […]

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Center for Positive Organizations to Recognize “Seeing More than Orange” with 2019 Award for Outstanding Published Article in Positive Organizational Scholarship

June 3, 2019


The Michigan Ross Center for Positive Organizations is pleased to announce the recipient of the 2019 Award for Outstanding Published Article in Positive Organizational Scholarship (POS) is “Seeing More than Orange: Organizational Respect and Positive Identity Transformation in a Prison Context.” The article was written by Kristie M. Rogers (Marquette University) and coauthors Kevin G. […]

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Shirli Kopelman, Center for Positive Organizations

Shirli Kopelman cited to New York Times article

May 21, 2019


A recent New York Times article entitled “Why You Should Try to Be a Little More Scarce” cites Shirli Kopelman about her view of emotions as a resource in negotiation. The article also notes her book “Negotiating Genuinely: Being Yourself in Business.” Kopelman’s book touches on using negotiation to be strategic while also being real, and […]

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Laura Morgan Roberts contributes to Harvard Business Review article about The Reflected Best Self Exercise™ in our everyday lives

May 15, 2019


A recent Harvard Business Review article by Laura Morgan Roberts, Emily D. Heaphy, and Brianna Barker Caza highlights five practices for noticing everyday organic opportunities to continue developing your best self at home and and work. The authors note that going through the full The Reflected Best Self Exercise™ (RBSE) provides a concentrated dose of positive […]

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Kim Cameron

Kim Camron discusses Positive Organizational Scholarship with Noreen Ehrlich 

May 8, 2019


Camron discusses the basics of Positive Organizational Scholarship (POS) on Defy & Hustle with Noreen Ehrlich, AM 1490 WGCH.  This overview paints a picture of the POS virtues and their benefits. When the basics of POS are implement in an organization, performance increases dramatically. The interview touches on how financial performance, employee and customer retention […]

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David Mayer

David Mayer talks about ethics of the wealthy and powerful on NPR affiliate

April 17, 2019


David Mayer was recently interviewed by a Phoenix, AZ-based NPR station, KJZZ. The interview is titled “Are Rich People Less Likely To Be Ethical?” The discussion focuses on topics of unethical behavior by the wealthy and powerful, in comparison to lower income people. In addition status as an underlying motivator is examined. Mayer is part […]

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Michigan Ross highlighted in U.S. News for diversity initiatives

April 8, 2019


Efforts at the Ross School of Business to promote diversity and inclusion were recently highlighted by U.S. News & World Report in an article about MBA programs increasing recruitment of women and minorities, and diversifying faculty. The U.S. News article, titled “What to consider about business school diversity before applying,” mentions how Ross introduces the […]

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Follow the leader: Ethical supervisors can impact workers’ thoughts and actions

April 4, 2019


Research by Professor David Mayer finds when leadership does the right thing, employees are less likely to rationalize bad behavior. Business researchers have noted that when an organization’s leaders behave in an ethical manner, their employees follow suit. What’s never been clear is why that happens: Is it simple imitation? Fear of being caught? Or […]

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New podcast brings together Michigan Ross professors (like Kim Cameron) and Michigan coaches for conversations on team building, leadership, and what it takes to win

March 29, 2019


The University of Michigan Athletic Department and the Executive Education program at Michigan Ross have teamed up to produce a new podcast, “Beyond the Wins and Losses.” Each Thursday for the next eight weeks, host Bruce Madej, senior advisor to U-M Athletics Director Warde Manuel, will be joined by industry experts such as Kim Cameron, […]

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Gretchen Spreitzer

Gretchen Spreitzer’s energy management work featured in regional publication of USA Today

March 29, 2019


Gretchen Spreitzer’s energy management research was cited in a Coshocton Tribune article titled, “Reduce stress by managing energy over time.” The article explains the four parts of energy (physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual) and how people can improve them. Spreitzer is the Keith E. and Valerie J. Alessi Professor of Business Administration, professor of management […]

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Stuck in commuter hell? Julia Lee’s research could help reframe that time

March 26, 2019


Julia Lee’s co-authored research on commutes was featured in the Harvard Business School Working Knowledge article, “Stuck in Commuter Hell? You Can Still Be Productive.” The article explores the link between commutes and job satisfaction and, ultimately, employee turnover. The content is based on a working paper written by Lee, Jon Jachimowicz, Bradley Staats, Jochen […]

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