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The Impact of Positive Leadership on Business: Interview with Sue Langley

By Langley Group | 1 March 2017
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What is ‘positive leadership’? What do positive leaders do differently from those with more ‘traditional’ leadership styles? How does this approach enable leaders to overcome some of the most pressing challenges to creativity, innovation and productivity in organisations so that they can create positive organisations and engaged employees?

Sue Langley joins Mike Schoettler from the American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM) on their business podcast to discuss positive leadership and answer these questions and more.

Sue and Mike discuss a roadmap to positive leadership and the strategies leaders can use to facilitate positive organisational climate, create positive relationships, develop positive communication and foster a sense of meaning for employees.

Sue shares some of the most powerful and tangibles benefits she has encountered through her years of experience delivering leadership programs and how she has seen the ripples of positive psychology move beyond individuals, teams and organisations and into families and schools.

The key takeaway from this podcast?

The positive behaviours and strategies that positive leaders use can all be learned. While they may not necessarily be done everyday, by using them more often we can show up as the best version of ourselves, and start creating those positive ripples. It is the small things you do day to day that makes the difference.

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The Langley Group team are dedicated to inspiring individuals, teams and organisations to apply positive psychology, emotional intelligence and neuroscience to be the best they can be.

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