Adam Grant at Convergence: Do You Empower Your Organizational “Givers”?

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At our fully virtual Convergence conference, organizational psychologist and host of the WorkLife podcast Adam Grant began his closing keynote session with a statement: Takers are people who ask, “What can you do for me?”  while givers are people who ask, “What can I do for you?”

What does this mean in an organizational setting? For companies, hiring “givers” and empowering them at work could mean the difference between a productive, happy work culture and a toxic one.  

In a world overcome with a global pandemic, social unrest, blurred work-life balance, and more, leaders must work to

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