You want to be a team player, but the more you give, the more folks take– without offering much in return. It’s not that you’re keeping score, but you’ve noticed a pattern, and you know something’s wrong. You look around and realize that others seem to have more balanced relationships. But there you are, once again, left feeling like a sucker. If this sounds like you or someone you
Welcome to the Holiday Edition of the Frontline Festival: Expert Advice on Gifts and Giving. In addition to sharing their posts, I invited each thought leader to share their “leadership gift” in one or two words.
Engaging a Giving Spirit
Jon Mertz, Thin Difference shares The Unboxed Life: Giving To lead more fully, we need to unbox our life and engage our giving spirit. When we do this, we
Helping is scarce in many organizations. People need help. They are reluctant to raise their hands.
Individualized performance management systems Hidden agendas History and scar tissue Politics Expectations of reciprocity Burnout And yet, helping is the biggest predictor of team success. Research also shows that genuine helping improves careers.
Create a Helping Culture