Center for Positive Organizations gets a nod in Fortune
May 31, 2017
“Leading in Times of Terror” is a Fortune commentary in response to the May 22, 2017, suicide bombing in Manchester, England. The article speaks to the importance of leaders “helping people to process trauma.” Michigan Ross professor , Alison Davis-Blake Leon, Festinger Collegiate Professor of Management and former dean of the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, was interviewed and recommended bookmarking the Center for Positive Organizations to help organizations during times of terror.
At the Center for Positive Organizations, we are committed to the idea of a collective space of practice where people engage in dialogue, reflect, learn, and grow. We hold a vision of flourishing human organizations where people can undertake work with dignity, trust, and respect and where we can strive together for the highest aspirations of human life. We believe that positive organizations lay a strong foundation for a positive society.
Along with research, learning programs, and events, we offer tools and resources to the community such our Leading in Trying Times series, which offers ideas and resources to help us enact the kind of organizations and communities we want to live and work in daily.