Adam Grant is an associate professor at the Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania). He holds university degrees in organizational psychology from the University of Michigan and Harvard University. His research focuses on work motivation, job design, and prosocial cooperative and helping behaviors. Adam Grant has been named one of the best business school professors under the age of 40 and has received the “Excellence in Teaching” Award for his teaching at Wharton.
He has been acknowledged as one of the HR’s most influential international thinkers and BusinessWeek’s favorite professors. He is the author of “Give and Take” recognized as a New York Times Best Seller and one of the best books of 2013 by Amazon, the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post. His award-winning articles have been published in leading management and psychology publications. He has worked as trainer and consultant for a range of prestigious clients, such as Google, Yahoo! and Time-Warner Cable.
The CrossKnowledge program dealing with the commitment which invites you to identify the motivation factors of your staff and will help them to realize their full potential and trigger hidden talents by giving them the opportunity to meet those who benefit from their work: clients and more, and to identify the emotions which motivate them most. Last but not least, it promotes mutual support and assertive communication as opposed to quick and wrong interpretations, and prompt viewers to prepare for situations which make them feel uncomfortable.See all Faculty members