Listicle: 9 ‘Giving’ Articles To Share This Christmas Season

By Leaderonomics|22-12-2016 | 1 Min Read

It’s that time of giving and sharing again.

This Christmas season, we at Leaderonomics are grateful to those who have made our year possible. With utmost appreciation for your partnership and good will, we wish you all the joys for the blessed season. We extend our best wishes for the holidays and new year!

Merry Christmas from all of us at Leaderonomics!

Here are our nine recommended “giving” articles to share this Christmas season:

1. Leaders Are Givers

2. Top 10 Ways To Show Gratitude To Your Employees

3. Happiness Is In Giving

4. Be A Leader: Better To Give Than To Receive

5. Are You A Giver Or Receiver?

6. Doing Good Differently: Changing The Way We Do CSR By Creating Shared Value

7. Infographic: What Is Your Company’s ROI Of Giving Back?

8. Has Your Company’s Charitable Giving Become An Empty Ritual?

9. 4 Leadership Lessons We Can Learn From Santa Claus

 
To understand one of our five core Leaderonomics values, i.e. Giving to serve others passionately and nurture a spirit of generosity everywhere, watch this video:

Warmest thoughts and best wishes for a Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year from the editorial team at Leaderonomics. To connect with us, just drop us a line or two at editor@leaderonomics.com.

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