Tag: organizational citizenship behavior

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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Citizenship At Work: Draft Of My Talk For TEDxReno

April 16, 2013 10 Comments
Citizenship At Work: Draft Of My Talk For TEDxReno

On Friday, April 26, 2013, I have the privilege of sharing my thoughts about organizational citizenship at TEDxReno. My main idea is that we are all responsible for our citizenship at work because the evidence shows our citizenship matters. This will be different from any other presentation I’ve given in my career. To deliver a […]

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Effective Organizational Citizens Help, Then Challenge

March 25, 2013 4 Comments
Effective Organizational Citizens Help, Then Challenge

If we show up on time and meet the performance expectations of our assigned job responsibilities, we will be considered good employees. If we do these things and then look for ways to help our co-workers and organization, we can become effective organizational citizens rather than just good employees. The evidence shows that if we […]

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