CTLF is pleased to partner with Rocky Mountain HR People & Strategy on an event we believe is perfectly aligned with the reason CTLF was created – to help others succeed. At the core of CTLF’s values is a belief that being a “giver” is absolutely critical for each of us as individuals, but also for our combined success in Colorado.
A while back, I learned about Dr. Adam Grant through a New York Times article, “Is Giving the Secret to Getting Ahead?” It read “I don’t know the last time there was a study in our field that had such striking results,” says Stuart Bunderson, a professor of organizational behavior at Washington University. “In terms of an intervention that has practical significance and moves the needle on employee behavior — you don’t see them that often.” The intervention was also a manager’s dream: fast and practically free. The article quickly drew me in.
I have to admit, I found it intriguing that research was validating all of the principles found in our flagship program, STRATEGIC CONNECTIONS. And so I reached out to Dr. Grant to learn more – my experience mirrored the story shared in the New York Times article, and I immediately wanted to bring him to Colorado. And when we reached out to Rocky Mountain HR People & Strategy, we found them to be an example of what Grant’s book, Give and Take, calls extreme givers. And because of this, they are an organization we are honored to partner with.
We hope that not only you will take the time to attend, but also bring your colleagues, employees, partners, and vendors – anyone who can benefit from learning the hard facts behind success.