The road to excellence is always under construction.
— Lily Tomlin

OUR MISSION

What if you could transform your organization into a thriving workplace where people are engaged and thriving? What if your leaders were positively energizing? What if you could do all this at virtually no cost?

It starts with the right leadership. 

As a positive leadership consultancy we work with leaders in organizations to optimize the way people lead, connect and perform. Our practical applications of behavioral science unlock the full potential of people and allow them to optimize performance by improving leadership, employee engagement, and sustainable success.

ENGAGED EMPLOYEES. BETTER PERFORMANCE

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What is the greatest source of energy, creativity, and business at work? Your people, provided they are fully engaged and supported by great leaders. As engaged employees thrive in their jobs, they are committed to helping organizations achieve superior results, such as:

DISTINCTIVENESS

Find out more about how our approach allows you to develop the positive culture to engage your workforce

The RESEARCH

Curious about the studies behind our cutting-edge approach and the results your organization can achieve?

How we help

Learn about our development programs to help leaders, teams, and their organizations, unleash potential and thrive

Take Action

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WHAT MAKES US DISTINCTIVE?

Traditional people management approaches are useful but they aren't tailored to the needs of the modern workplace. The path to the top leadership positions usually involves varying degrees of hard work, smarts, leadership ability, and opportunity. In the 21st century, the key attribute is leadership.

We take a cutting-edge, evidence-based approach to engagement in organizations. It's called positive leadership and it starts by changing the way we lead and embracing brave and fresh thinking about what really motivates people, what extraordinary success is, and what it takes to achieve it.

Positive leaders and workplaces are committed to learning and professional development that tap into individual and collective potentialities. Our programs are tailored to our client's specific needs. Yet, they all have some common characteristics:

  • Human-centered
  • Positively-oriented
  • Results-focused
  • Strengths-driven
  • Intrinsically motivating
  • Evidence-based

POSITIVE LEADERSHIP MATTERS

Leadership is about making others better as a result of your presence and making sure that impact lasts in your absence.
— Sheryl Sandberg

One can hardly overemphasize the impact -positive or negative- of leadership on employee engagement and performance. After all, organizations take on the personality of their leaders. As leadership style largely predicts organizational success, smart businesses prioritize positive leadership practices that enhance employee engagement, promote harmonious relationships, and optimize performance.

What makes a great leader? How do you inspire extraordinary performance? Why is employee engagement crucial to corporate success? How do you attract and retain the best talent? What are the key drivers of productive teamwork? How can you cultivate a thriving workplace?
If your goal is to improve engagement, sustainable performance, and leadership capabilities at work, we can help.

THE OPPORTUNITY FOR ORGANIZATIONS

Dollars have never been known to produce character. I’ll invest my money in people.
— W.K. Kellogg

In today's globalized, complex and competitive marketplace the best organizations are workplaces where:

  • Leaders are supportive and focus on employee strengths
  • Employees are engaged because they get to do what they do best daily
  • A positive climate leads to higher creativity, productivity and growth
  • Supportive communication strengthens relationships
  • Meaningful relationships boost emotional well-being and work performance
  • Superior customer experiences are created consistently

Now, consider this: more than half of U.S. workers (52.3%) declare themselves unhappy in the workplace. One in four employees feel ignored by their manager while one third consider that their supervisor focuses on their weaknesses. The numbers are even worse around the world. In short, the way people feel at work profoundly influences their performance and poor leadership generates waste and inefficiency, not sustainable improvement and excellence.