Becoming a Positive Leader: Accelerating Individual and Organizational Change

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Becoming a Positive Leader: Accelerating
Individual and Organizational Change

Barcelona, April 17-20, 2018

Faculty

The program is led by the professors who carried out the original work on Positive Leadership. The faculty of Becoming a Positive Leader: Accelerating Individual and Organizational Change program is made up of professionals who are involved not only in teaching but in research and the business world. This program's team comprises:
    Alberto Ribera
    Senior Lecturer de Dirección de Personas en las Organizaciones
    Doctor en Medicina, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
    Doctor en Económicas, UIC (Barcelona)
    Especialista en Medicina Social y Preventiva (salud mental), Università degli Studi di Roma La Sapienza
    Certifcate in Personality Assessment, University of Minnesota

    Se incorporó al IESE tras una carrera profesional de 15 años en organizaciones internacionales. Su cargo más reciente fue el de director general de la Euro Arab Management School. Sus intereses son interdisciplinarios y combinan la neurociencia y la psicología con la dirección de organizaciones, especialmente las de ámbito internacional. Forma parte del Consejo del Istituto per la Cooperazione Universitaria y participa como ponente invitado en numerosos actos internacionales, como el World Economic Forum y el Foro Formentor.
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    Robert Quinn
    Co-founder and the current co-director of the Center for Positive Organizations.

    Robert E. Quinn holds the Margaret Elliot Tracey Collegiate Professorship at the University of Michigan and serves on the faculty of Management and Organization at the Ross Business School. He is a co-founder and the current co-director of the Center for Positive Organizations, which in 2012 was awarded the Research Center Impact Award by the Academy of Management. This award recognizes researchers or research centers that have made a major impact on real world management practice. Quinn’s research and teaching interests focus on leadership, organizational change and effectiveness. He has published 18 books on these subjects. Recent books include: The Positive Organization: Breaking Free from Conventional Cultures, Constraints and Beliefs; Deep Change Field Guide; Lift: Becoming a Positive Force in Any Situation; and The Best Teacher in You: How to Accelerate Learning and Change Lives. Bob is a fellow of the Academy of Management and of the World Business Academy. He was a co-recipient of the Academy of Management’s 2010 Martin Trail Blazer Award for opening new directions in the field of organization theory. He is also the recipient of the 2011 Marion F. Gislason Award, presented for life-long contributions to the field and practices of leadership. His paper on Positive Leadership was recently selected by the Harvard Business Review as one of the ten all-time classics in self-leadership. Bob is particularly known for his work on the Competing Values Framework, which is used in organizations across the globe. He has forty years of experience in assisting organizations make cultural change.
Kim Cameron
    Kim Cameron
    William Russell Kelly Professor of Management and Organizations in the Ross School of Business
    Professor of Higher Education in the School of Education

    His past research on organizational virtuousness, downsizing, effectiveness, corporate quality culture, and the development of leadership excellence has been published in more than 130 academic articles and 15 scholarly books. His current research focuses on virtuousness in and of organizations--such as forgiveness, gratitude, kindness, and compassion--and their relationship to performance. He is one of the co-founders of the Center for Positive Organizations at the University of Michigan and has served as Dean at the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University, Associate Dean in the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University, and department chair and associate dean at the University of Michigan.
    Yih-Teen Lee
    Professor de Dirección de Personas en las Organizaciones
    Ph.D. in Management, HEC, University of Lausanne
    Master in International Business, National Taiwan University
    Bachelor in International Trade, National Taiwan University

    Uno de los artículos más recientes del Prof. Lee sobre cultura y el encaje de las personas con el entorno, titulado "Satisfaction and Individual Preference for Structuring: What is Fit Depends on Where You Are From" (Satisfacción y preferencia individual para la estructuración: lo que conviene depende de dónde vengas) ganó el Premio Best International Paper, otorgado por la Organizational Behavior Division en la reunión anual de la Academia de Dirección en 2006, y fue uno de los tres finalistas del premio Carolyn Dexter Award. Actualmente, varios de sus otros artículos están en revisión para su publicación en diarios académicos.

    Crítco ad-hoc del diario Leadership Quarterly y miembro del comité editorial de la Revue Économique et Sociale. También es miembro de la Academy of Management, la Association of Psychological Science, el European Group of Organizational Studies, la Standing Conference on Organizational Symbolism, la Association Francophone de Gestion des Ressources Humaines y de la Association Internationale du management Stratégique.
    Anneloes Raes
    Associate Professor de Dirección de Personas en las Organizaciones
    Ph.D. in Organizational Behavior, Maastricht University
    M.Sc. in Psychology, Radboud University Nijmegen, Países Bajos

    Prof. Raes’ research and teaching expertise include top management teams, successful interactions between top and middle managers, self-management, leadership, and teamwork. Prior to joining IESE, Anneloes worked as an assistant professor at the University of St. Gallen in Switzerland, and she held visiting scholarships at UCLA’s Anderson School of Management, as well as Harvard University.

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