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Being a Positive Leader is not Pollyanna leadership. Positive leadership is the way to lead if you want to build a great culture, organization and team. It's the stuff that makes great leaders great. That's why it's equally important to understand what Negative Leadership looks like and how to avoid it. The image below is a handy guide. 

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