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Want to Keep Working Remotely? 6 Common Mistakes We Make in Getting What We Want

As work flexibility becomes a hot topic for many companies these days, it’s easy to get caught up in the convenience of working at home and enjoy the flexibility that it brings. Not only can [...]

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This is Not a Moment; It’s a Movement

The Black community in America is asking for help, solidarity, and allyship.  At Give and Take, we stand for creating safe places for people to ask for help. We support productive offers of help [...]

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Generosity, Good News Resources, Gratitude, and Connection in the Corona Age

We sent a newsletter out last week with a number of free resources for getting your daily dose of generosity, good news, and connection during this crazy time. Quite a few of you have emailed to [...]

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14 Ways to Help Others During the COVID-19 Crisis

We’re updating this article daily with new ideas for how we can stay generous, helpful, and connecting during COVID-19. It’s a scary and uncertain time. But here at Give and Take, [...]

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6 Ways to Boost Social Capital if You’re Working Remote Because of the Coronavirus

Summary: networking and social capital is more important than ever. More and more companies are instituting teleworking policies as a result of the spreading coronavirus. Here are 6 ways to [...]

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10 Ways a Collaborative Culture Helps Employees

Extensive research shows why building a sustainably collaborative culture is good for companies. It makes companies more efficient, innovative and productive. But there are huge benefits for [...]

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10 Research-Based Ways to Avoid Giver Burnout

Being in the business we’re in, we get to meet a lot of givers. Our cofounders are Adam Grant and Wayne Baker, the world’s leading experts on generosity and asking for help. At [...]

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Culture Shock: 4 Ways to Improve Company Culture Using Technology

Company culture is one of the most important (and most nebulous) topics keeping leaders up at night. Whenever people spend enough time together, a culture develops. The business world is no [...]

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When the Stakes Are High for Refusing to Ask for Help

Since I advocate for asking for help at work on pretty much a full-time basis, an episode of the Daily, the New York Times’ daily news podcast caught my attention last week.  It was about the [...]

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5 Signs You’re Burned Out at Work (and 5 Things to Do About it)

In a time when many workers feel the pressure to log unmanageable hours and never take their foot off the figurative gas, it’s too easy to experience burnout at work. You may know the feeling of [...]