Givitas Featured in Inc Magazine

At this point, companies all over the country are using Givitas to boost culture and improve business results, and every day we’re seeing real life examples of people asking for and getting [...]

Knowledge Collaboration: the New Business Imperative


How Givitas Can Help Customer Success Teams

I’ve worked with and managed a number of customer support teams over my career, and the great teams blend art and science every day to solve customer problems, ensure high adoption rates, [...]


The 2 Factors Sapping Your Team of Energy, Productivity, and Happiness

Welcome to 2019! As we head into the new year, there are two core factors keeping our teams from excellence: 1. Your employees are wasting time and energy today trying to find answers that exist [...]


#JustAskGivitas January Challenge

This year I’m making a New Year’s resolution about my work life. I’m resolving to ask for help at work more often. I head up Give and Take, and we make Givitas, the software that thousands of [...]


10 Ways to Avoid Giver Burnout

Most of the people who tend to be drawn to Givitas and to the work of Adam Grant and Wayne Baker tend to be givers who want to empower and enable their teams to be more generous with each other [...]


The Top 10 Workplace Challenges

Even the best workplaces have challenges. In a new study of more than 1000 professionals, new research from LinkedIn illuminates the top complaints: Finding a work-life balance (38%) Managing [...]


4 Challenges of Sales Onboarding (and One Solution!)

Onboarding new sales people is a challenge facing every sales leader. According to Training Industry Magazine: “Every extra day reps spend ramping is a day the company loses money. Between long [...]


4 Reasons You Should Expand Your Network

In his bestselling book Give and Take, Adam Grant argues that there are distinct disadvantages to reaching out only to people we already know for advice or assistance: We’re missing out of a rich [...]


7 Common Employee Engagement Techniques

We’ve all seen the stats: only 13% of employees are engaged at work, and those numbers aren’t budging no matter how many millions of dollars we spend on the problem. Those of us [...]

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