The most powerful truths are often the simplest. Just as negativity causes myriad organizational troubles, positivity has the opposite effect. Logic tells us that a positive approach has to be better than a negative one. We glean this from our experiences and the common sense we’ve acquired. Evaluations of corporate performance and culture affirm that positivity is a powerful, yet often overlooked, force that can determine whether an organization will thrive or take a dive.
Increased clarity is an enormous opportunity for organizations to improve profits, performance, and engagement. Why aren’t more leaders seizing on it? In part it is because they believe they themselves are clearer than they really are. Where do you stand?