How to lead with Intentional Optimism: Inspire your team to explore, take risks, and grow

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By: Julie Williamson, PhD

By being more intentional about using optimism as a lever for change, leaders can drive stronger changeability throughout the organization, and motivate people to respond to disruption, change, opportunity, and crisis with resilience and strength. It takes work to be intentional about optimism, but when it spreads, the results are powerful and long lasting – more so than the spike in attention we see when a burning platform approach is used to motivate change.

Julie Williamson, PhD hosts a coffee break on how to lead with Intentional Optimism, including an overview of the KARRIKINS Intentional Optimism Dispositions Model™, and ways to take action beginning today to cultivate the leadership skill of optimism.

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