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Givers Take All: Creating a Culture of Productive Generosity with Adam Grant

CRE.Converge 2018 Keynote Adam Grant, Wharton professor and organizational psychologist

 Adam Grant, Wharton professor and organizational psychologist

Do “givers” finish last in business? Not according to CRE.Converge 2018 keynote Adam Grant, Wharton professor and organizational psychologist, who will address 1,500+ conference attendees on Tuesday, Oct. 16, in Washington, D.C.

Based on a decade of research and consulting with Fortune 500 companies, Grant believes that the highest-performing organizations are the ones that embrace an ethos of knowledge-sharing, helping and mentoring.

In a dynamic address at commercial real estate’s premier event, Grant will outline ways to build a culture of productive generosity. Discover how leaders and organizations can improve practices around selection and hiring, recognition and rewards, and collaboration and coordination to boost revenue, efficiency and satisfaction. Grant will also join the members of NAIOP’s National Forums program for an exclusive discussion after the keynote.

Grant has been recognized as Wharton’s top-rated professor for seven straight years and was featured in Fortune magazine’s “40 Under 40.” He studies how people can find motivation and meaning, and lead more generous and creative lives. Grant is author of three bestselling books: “Give and Take,” “Originals” and “Option B,” co-authored with Sheryl Sandberg. He hosts the TED original podcast WorkLife.

Learn Grant’s key strategies for creating a business culture of productive generosity at CRE.Converge 2018.

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