GIVENT Study Tag

GIVENT believes that organizations should make efforts to increase the level of collaboration. The higher the level of collaboration, the higher the level of service the coworkers provide to each other. Collaboration has a significant positive impact on perceived organizational performance....

GIVENT believes that the promotion of a flexibility-oriented organizational culture, based on support and innovation, may provide a great value in today’s competitive economy. This type of organizational culture may be a breeding ground for authentic leadership, which, in turn, has positive effects on employees’ attitudes....

GIVENT wants to be clear about how we judge each other. We believe that we should be compassionate, accountable, and understanding of other peoples’ perceived faults and look at the context in which the perceived behavior happened....

When we’re in a rushed state of mind, we tend to only focus on ourselves. When we stop rushing and slow down, we enjoy life more. Things are more interesting. We worry less. We care for others more. We make fewer mistakes because we’re more...

GIVENT and psychological science have collected substantial evidence that show narcissism is a bankrupt way to live. Selfish people may enjoy a personal benefit, but it always cost dearly to the community. ...

Grit is the single greatest predictor of success. And the most contributing elements of grit is purpose. Understanding why we do something will help us stick to the task until we are successful....