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The Positive Leader: The Game Changer at Work

Tuesday, October 29, 2013 10:00am - 11:00am EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Steve Gladis, Steve Gladis Leadership Partners

Leaders have a direct and powerful effect on the happiness, engagement, and productivity of their direct reports. Positive leaders change the game by inspiring employees to be more innovative and competitive, especially in a changing economy. This webinar looks at the findings of the positive psychology movement, and its impact on leaders and their followers. Specifically, the webinar will establish three significant factors that can affect your work and home life: get social in your networks, get strong at work, and get positive in your activities.

 

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Steve Gladis
Steve Gladis

Steve Gladis Leadership Partners

Distinguished executive coach, author, and speaker, Dr. Steve Gladis is a leadership expert. CEO of Steve Gladis Leadership Partners—a leadership development company—he is the author of 19 books on leadership and a professor at George Mason University. His company works with businesses, associations, and U.S. government agencies, and he speaks regularly at conferences and corporate gatherings. A former faculty member at the University of Virginia, Gladis also served as an FBI special agent and was a decorated officer in the U.S. Marine Corps. His company donates a significant portion of corporate profits back to the community. His newest book, Positive Leadership: The Game Changer at Work, was released in 2013 and is available on Amazon.

Website: www.SteveGladisLeadershipPartners.com
Twitter: https://twitter.com/SteveGladis
Leadership Blog: Survival Leadership (http://survivalleadership.blogspot.com/), ranked #5 of Top 100 Leadership Blogs


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