Tag: organizational citizenship behavior

Interdependence

October 3, 2013 2 Comments
Interdependence

For too many people, relationships at work are essentially dependent. We all need the help of others to be successful, but unhealthy dependence occurs when we relinquish to others our responsibility to speak and act with purposeful autonomy. Interdependence assumes responsibility for the ability to work autonomously as well as with other when necessary. Interdependent partners [...]

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Leading Change

July 31, 2013 2 Comments
Leading Change

  I’m doing an all day training session today on Leading Change for the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services. It’s one of the most comprehensive training sessions I’ve ever done, with a combination of both familiar and new evidence-based material on human behavior at work. The main source materials for the training are [...]

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Book Review: Give And Take By Adam Grant

July 4, 2013 2 Comments
Book Review: Give And Take By Adam Grant

Bob Sutton said of Adam Grant’s new book Give and Take: A Revolutionary Approach to Success that it “just might be one of the most important new books of this young century,” and proclaimed it was a book every leader should read. I strongly concur. Adam Grant is one of the world’s most prolific researchers [...]

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Citizenship At Work: My TEDxReno Video

June 10, 2013 10 Comments
Citizenship At Work: My TEDxReno Video

My TEDxReno video is now live. I have to tell you honestly that they had some problems with audio that day, starting with my talk. They edited out the entire front end of my talk, so I share it with you again below so you can know how it really started: “Ask not what your [...]

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