Business Impact of Positive Leadership
Dr. Kim Cameron
As one of the founding fathers of Positive Organizational Scholarship Kim has spent a rich career studying what makes leaders and organizations successful. His current empirical research focuses on the impact of positive energy. With a new book going off to print, Kim will be sharing his new research and empirical evidence that help explain why positive leadership practices not only foster flourishing in individual employees but also foster flourishing of organizational performance as well. Kim’s work creates the business case that positive leadership can account for extraordinarily successful organizational performance.
Kim Cameron is William Russell Kelly Professor of Management and Organizations in the Ross School of Business and Professor of Higher Education in the School of Education.
His past research on organizational virtuousness, downsizing, effectiveness, corporate quality culture, and the development of leadership excellence has been published in more than 130 academic articles and 15 scholarly books.
His current research focuses on virtuousness in and of organizations--such as forgiveness, gratitude, kindness, and compassion--and their relationship to performance.
He is one of the co-founders of the Center for Positive Organizations at the University of Michigan and has served as Dean at the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University, Associate Dean in the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University, and Associate Dean and department chair at the University of Michigan. He was recognized as among the top ten organizational scholars in the world whose work has been most frequently downloaded on Google.
Some of his books already published:
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