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Table of Contents
Volume 4, Number 2, 2000
Contents: D.O. Clifton, Positive Management: New Perspectives on Leadership and Employee Well-Being. Part I:MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES: THE THEORY OF MANAGEMENT: B.L. Frederickson, Why Positive Emotions Matter in Organizations: Lessons From the Broaden-and-Build Model. C.L.M. Keyes, S.J. Hysom, K.L. Lupo, The Positive Organization: Leadership Legitimacy, Well-Being, and the Bottom Line. P.K. Lloyd, M.D. Atella, Positive Leadership That Inspires: Theoretical and Empirical Perspectives From Positive Psychology, Existential Theory, and Hardiness Research. Part II:LIVE FROM THE FIRING LINE: THE PRACTICE OF MANAGEMENT: D. Eisenhower, A Leadership Moment in History: The Allied Crisis of December 1944. A.J. Shatté, K. Reivich, M.E.P. Seligman, Promoting Human Strengths and Corporate Competencies: A Cognitive Training Model. Part III:RESEARCH: H. Yuan, D.O. Clifton, P. Stone, H.H. Blumberg, Positive and Negative Words: Their Association With Leadership Talent and Effectiveness. J.K. Harter, The Business Cases for Selecting Talented Managers and Building Values Around Employee Engagement. Part IV:INTEGRATIVE ARTICLES: B.M. Bass, Applied Positive Psychology Comes of Age: A Commentary. E. Diener, Positive Leadership: Moving Into the Future. Part V:THE LAST PAGE: R.L. Lowman, Paradigm, Shift!