Julia Lee interviewed for ‘Talk Nerdy To Me’ blog
November 6, 2018
Julia Lee was recently interviewed for 15Five’s blog, Talk Nerdy To Me. In the post, titled “The Missing Part of Your Employee Learning and Development Strategy: Strengths Discovery,” Lee discussed the Reflected Best Self Exercise (RBSE), an exercise created from research at the Center for Positive Organizations and Ross School of Business. RBSE is a feedback seeking activity that helps you identify and understand your unique strengths and talents. “While it’s important to focus on things that can be improved, it’s also important to put effort into identifying each employee’s unique strengths and leveraging those strengths in their role,” Lee told 15Five.
15Five was honored with a 2018 Positive Business Project Gold Award for their work in building a culture of inquiry.
Lee, a core faculty member of the Center, is assistant professor of Management and Organizations at Michigan Ross. She teaches BBA, MBA, and executive education courses on negotiation, leadership, and organizational behavior. Her current work relates to how the activation of best-self concepts, by highlighting one’s contributions, can lead to positive outcomes.