Positive organizations perform better

by: Anthony Demangone

You have a plan. It may be the perfect strategy. But have you worked on your people?

Now, I don’t mean having the “right” people. Let’s assume you have the right people, and the right plan. Are your people in the right frame of mind?

It could be more important than you think.

study (not free) strongly suggests that organizations and teams that are positive outperform others. A Harvard Business Review article digs into the study.  (Free!) I’ll leave you to read the HBR article. Here are some highlights.

Being positive has three main benefits to an organization, the study suggests. Being positive…

  • Increases positive emotions, which triggers a large number of other related benefits, including the ability to problem-solve.
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