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Christine Duvivier brings more than 20 years of professional experience in leading positive change, mentorship, and teaching as CEO of Positive Leaders LLC. In addition to executive experience leading positive change in the Fortune 50, Christine studied and worked with the founders of positive psychology, including Drs. Martin Seligman, Chris Peterson, David Cooperrider and George Vaillant.
Christine has worked with Fortune 50 companies including DuPont, Eli Lilly, Ford, and 3M, as well as entrepreneurial, high-growth, technology, medical, educational, nonprofit, and youth organizations. She has led executives worldwide to increase Customer Loyalty 20% and re-engaged employees to double global revenue. Christine elicits positive energy and positive relationships that re-engage, align, get faster results, and increase well-being.
Through her coaching, facilitation and teaching, she has helped young adults and executives achieve promotions, confidence and success in new careers. Her research on strengths and gifts in young adults identified what she calls, The Three Myths of Education and Hidden Gifts that Conflict with School and Succeed in Life.
Christine volunteers as a coach for Babson MBA students and is a keynote speaker for MBA students and women alumni at MIT, Cornell, Babson, and Smith as well as women’s leadership, and diverse, global organizations.
She loves platform tennis, basketball and surfing.
Recent Intellectual Contributions
Duvivier, C. (2014). What I’d Say if You Wouldn’t Roll Your Eyes: Love Notes to My Child (Hardcopy ed). Blurb, Inc.
Duvivier, C. (2014). What I’d Say if You Wouldn’t Roll Your Eyes: Love Notes to My Child (eBook ed). Blurb, Inc.
Duvivier, C., Woll, T. Insights from the Leadership Study Group (2001). Center for Quality of Management Journal, 10 (1): 35-64.
- Myths of Education: Part I.
- Appreciating Beauty in The Bottom 80.
- Unleashing Hidden Genius
- Building on Strengths
- Myths about Students
- Ahlgren, C., Duvivier, C. Maximize Your Impact (2002). Women’s Business.