The CFO and the Giving Skills

Givers and takers are common in the workplace. But the evolution of workplace dynamics now puts  “giving skills" at the forefront of what drives success in an organization, because having work done revolves around working with people, says Management Prof. Adam Grant of the Wharton School.

In the past, takers succeeded in a stable hierarchy. But with the changes in today’s hierarchical structures, the reputation of givers is starting to take off as people become more willing to support them and accord them respect because of their generosity. 


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