Personal Philanthropy During Black Friday Season


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In a Digital Journal press release, Dr. Daryl D. Green, DSL, owner of Tennessee-based AGSM Consulting LLC and Dickinson Chair of Business professor at Oklahoma Baptist University, believes installing the personal trait of giving into the leaders of tomorrow will ensure organizations will flourish.

Speaking after the Thanksgiving break, Dr. Green points out that the holiday season is the perfect time for leaders to do some personal reflection.

Dr. Green claims that there is clear and proven data that shows companies who adopt a more personal philanthropy outlook thrive far more than their competitors as the mindset helps to create great rewards and improve morale amongst staff.

Dr. Green also adds that "in this competitive time of selfishness," it's a rare quality to the personal trait of reflection so the leaders of tomorrow must be encouraged to adopt the belief to create a thriving culture of personal and professional growth. Read the Entire Article


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