Leaders can create successful corporate cultures through giving

Psychology Today
May 21, 2013

Organizations thrive when employees help each other by sharing knowledge and offering mentorship without the expectation of anything in return. This atmosphere produces “higher quality work than corporate cultures that encourage competition and duplicity among employees.” This “non-attachment” or “non-expectation of reciprocity” is discussed in more detail in Al Ritter’s book “100/0 Principle: The Secret of Great Relationships.”

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