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"Why Positive Leaders and Positive Organizations Excel" with Kim Cameron - Shared screen with speaker view
Edward H Powley
01:41:17
Hello from Pacific Grove California!
Stephen Kron
01:41:22
This is Stephen Kron from beautiful Columbus, Ohio. We're having a lovely day here. Wish you were all here.
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01:41:51
Tim Herrera from Lehi, UT
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01:41:52
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Edward H Powley
01:41:55
Ned Powley ( and family ) from Naval Postgraduate School
Tyler Fisher
01:42:01
Tyler Fisher from Logan, UT
Cody Boyd
01:42:08
Hello from Dallas!
Scott Alpeter
01:42:18
Scott Alpeter from NW Indiana
dennis
01:42:19
dennis from sunny Mesa AZ
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01:42:26
Chris Feinauer - hello form South Jordan, UT!
Stephen Kron
01:42:36
We're finally getting a temple in Pittsburgh - yeah! I grew up there - Pittsburgh Fourth Ward.
Stephen Kron
01:42:55
How are we going to get Scott Alpeter back to Columbus?
David Forsberg
01:43:04
Hello from Davidson, NC
DonEllison
01:43:40
Don Ellison from Washington DC. I served in BYU Student Government.. I have served in the local BYU MS chapter leadership for over forty years,
Kristina Southam
01:44:24
Welcome everyone! Glad to have you!
Kristina Southam
01:44:28
I-O!
Kristina Southam
01:50:40
Greetings to those just joining! Feel free to introduce yourselves and shout out where you are from! If you have questions about the BYU Management Society, you can learn more at byums.byu.edu
jcummings
01:54:58
Joel here from KC, MO! Go Chiefs!
Victoria Garrow
01:55:58
Hi everyone! I'm from San Diego - but practicing "physical distancing" in Orem, UT (I've been on more "social" platforms then I ever had since this whole thing started ) :)
Kristina Southam
01:56:46
haha ditto Victoria! : )
RFrost
02:00:00
Boyd Frost here from Dallas. Great opportunity to connect with BYUMS and inspiring topics via this forum.
Kristina Southam
02:02:07
Welcome Boyd!
Kristina Southam
02:04:08
Anyone a faithful gratitude journal regular? Pro tips?
Kristina Southam
02:08:23
Does your team have unique ways to thank or recognize people? Feel free to share any ideas you have found valuable.
Stephen Kron
02:09:09
I've written in my journal nearly every day for the past 40 years (because President Kimball said I should). It has been a wonderful place to note my activities and reflect on the wonderful life I've been blessed to live. Gratitude matters! This is a great presentation!
Stephen Kron
02:09:21
And Kristina IS awesome!
Kristina Southam
02:09:56
You are an inspiration Stephen! haha - why thank you! : ) I'll accept that gratitude! ; )
Eric Frame
02:10:01
I would love to review and share this recording with others. How do we find it?
Victoria Garrow
02:10:36
I will do a shout out on Linked In to my colleagues and former colleagues, or individuals I serve
Robert Sullivan
02:10:58
@Eric when available you can find it here: https://byums.byu.edu/webinars/
Kristina Southam
02:11:07
Great question Eric, the recording will be available once completed via this link. (It may take some time to upload/publish) but let me know if you have any trouble.
Kristina Southam
02:11:12
Kristina_southam@byu.edu
Victoria Garrow
02:12:42
I no longer keep a journal... and considering burning my journals from Junior High. I honestly laugh at my pretween self... no one needs to read about that :D
Kristina Southam
02:15:11
haha the struggle is real! :) I used a small gratitude journal pretty regularly and only allowed myself one page a day, but at least one small page. By limiting the size, it made it feel more manageable to do something, and limiting it to one page, I felt less pressure to account for more life events. I also chose a beautiful leather bound notebook to make it a more special moment.
Victoria Garrow
02:18:28
True- I do have a notebook in my glove box. Since I live in my car, I've used it to jot down my personal thoughts when I have a quiet moment at church, at lunch, or just before I go into my home.
jcummings
02:22:45
Love that study on how positive teachers makes students do better! I remember my fun and positive stats professor at BYU and a serious and somewhat pessimistic teacher for history.....i Aced stats and am usually horrible at math/computation. Great example!
Kristina Southam
02:23:41
Amazing to see that show up in course performance
Eric Frame
02:24:08
@jcummings - I may have had that same History professor
Kristina Southam
02:24:56
I think they taught some of my classes too... haha
Kristina Southam
02:29:29
www.centerforpos.com
BarryRellaford
02:29:30
Great insight that service with a need/desire for a reward is not kindness.
Kristina Southam
02:29:36
Anyone have questions? Chat in
Robert Sullivan
02:30:15
A huge thank you from all of us! Thanks for making this possible even in today's circumstances!
BarryRellaford
02:30:43
Yes, thanks Kim - and thanks also to you, Robert, and Kristina for hosting!
Cody Boyd
02:31:40
thank you guys so much! this is great to help maintain our center and refocus on the vital not just the important
Eric Bultez
02:31:42
Thank you Kim, great reminder on how positive attitudes can make such a huge difference!
Chelsea Wood
02:32:58
This is incredible. Lines up with what I've been learning from neuroleadership studies
Eric Frame
02:33:08
Has anyone studied whether different countries are more positive than others?
Spencer Ward
02:33:13
Really inspiring presentation. Question: What can you say about how to balance these leadership practices with the accountability side? Does an underperforming business still need to identify and address what they are doing wrong to improve? Or do they put all emphasis on what doing right? What is the mix?
Rilynne
02:33:14
Kim, I own a franchise business. Every franchisee hates the franchisor. They are the enemy. How do we take this positive leadership approach to work cohesively with our franchisees? A happy franchisee is a successful franchisor, right?
Jimmy Donnellon
02:33:14
You listed a few practices through the presentation… what would be one positive personal practice and one positive business practice that you recommend starting today for the greatest impact?
Kokou
02:33:26
Thanks Kim, is the book already available for selling? I wanted to buy.
Doug Kunz
02:33:34
This was excellent Kim. Do you have any resources (short videos, charts of studies, etc) that I could use in discussions with my children or Young Men to help with discussions around positivity, gratitude, etc?
Ken Gibson
02:33:49
Thank you! Great information and inspiring approach to leadership.
BMURRAY2
02:33:59
Thank you very much! This was great! Thank you Dr. Cameron for sharing this with us. I graduated from U of M with my MBA in 2002. Go Blue!
jmc4xjx
02:34:30
Thank you much for this great presentation!
RFrost
02:34:45
What is the largest barrier to companies embracing POS as a core value to performance … e.g. integrated into personal development or performance reviews. Is it simply the perception of being "too syrupie".
Ron Gardner
02:35:16
is this recorded and will it be available to see again?
Kristina Southam
02:37:56
Yes, this will be available on the event page once uploaded/published : )
Robert Sullivan
02:37:57
Yes, and the recording will be available on the byums.byu.edu site
Stephen Kron
02:44:12
I am grateful that I attended this webinar! Thank you, Kim!
Kristina Southam
02:44:37
Thank you everyone for coming! : ) Pay it forward!
Victoria Garrow
02:47:12
Thank you for your time and thoughts
Rich
02:47:29
Thank you! Inspiring and informative presentation.
Sue0 Nelson
02:48:00
Thank you so much for sponsoring this and Kim for uplifting us and our families and the people we influence!
Derek Lurth
02:48:20
Thank you, that was awesome!
Brandon.Jackson
02:48:21
Thanks! Great hour of insight. Lots to think about!