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Aug 03, 2021 | ISBN 9781523093830

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“As someone who has won at every major level of basketball, I know the competitive advantage created by positive leaders that outwardly believe in their team, and the energizing effects they have on team members. Kim Cameron’s book proficiently describes the outsized production that is available to every team or group through promoting virtuousness and positive relational energy. It is a championship-level, worthy strategy.”
—Shane Battier, 1997 Naismith Boys High School Player of the Year; 2001 Naismith Men’s College Player of the Year; 2001 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship; 2012 and 2013 NBA Championships, and Vice President of Basketball Development and Analytics, Miami HEAT

“Kim’s work with our staff and teams over the past several years has had amazing results. Our best teams referenced his research several times in our successful runs in the postseason. This book is a must-read for anyone in a leadership position who wants to enjoy immediate and lasting positive change.”
—John Beilein, former Head Coach, University of Michigan Men’s Basketball and Cleveland Cavaliers

“In my role as the CEO of EOS—the technological leader in industrial 3D printing—I have discovered the extraordinary impact of positively energizing leadership. This book showcases how to achieve impressive top- and bottom-line results by empowering team players, honest feedback, and virtuous leaders.”
—Marie Langer, CEO, EOS

“I have encountered many challenges in my career as the founder and leader of several pharmaceutical and biotech businesses. Focusing on the heliotropic effect has helped me become a virtuous leader by utilizing positive relational energy. This book is the first to explain what this is and how it can make a profound, positive difference in your personal and professional life.”
—Roger Newton, former Senior Vice President, Pfizer Global R&D; founder and former CEO, Esperion Therapeutics; and Director, several life sciences companies

“In my leadership role at Bosch, I continue to be inspired by the extraordinary impact of positively energized leadership. This book is a valuable resource to assess and identify how and why this kind of leadership produces dramatic bottom-line results for organizations and their employees.”
—Charlie Ackerman, Senior Vice President of Human Resources North America, Robert Bosch GmbH

“During my forty years of research on the science of well-being, I have seen a lot of hype passed off as positive psychology. Kim Cameron’s book is very different. Both scientists and practitioners will learn a lot from this book. I highly recommend it!”
—Ed Diener, founding Editor, Perspectives on Psychological Science; former President, International Positive Psychology Association; distinguished professor emeritus of psychology, University of Illinois; professor of psychology, University of Utah and University of Virginia; and Senior Scientist, Gallup

“The role of positive energy, positive relationships, and positive leadership in organizations is expertly outlined in this book by Kim Cameron, who shows how companies can grow through challenging times and make the most of success factors during good times. I have been following Dr. Cameron’s research for more than three decades, and he never disappoints. This book offers the perfect balance of science and practice. It is transformative and should be on the desk of every leader.”
—Dr. Lea Waters, AM, PhD, organizational psychologist; member, Order of Australia; Inaugural Gerry Higgins Chair in Positive Psychology, Centre for Positive Psychology, University of Melbourne; former President, International Positive Psychology Association; registered psychologist, AHPRA; and member, Australian Psychological Society

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