Expert on rethinking our assumptions about work, motivation, collaboration, culture, and leadership. #1 NYT bestselling author of five books that have sold millions of copies and been translated into 45 languages, most recently "Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don't Know." TED talks have been viewed over 30 million times. Host of the TED podcast WorkLife. Wrote a viral op-ed on languishing that was the most-read NYT article of 2021 and the most-saved across all platforms.
Served on the U.S. Department of Defense Innovation Board. Keynote speaking and advising clients include Google, the Gates Foundation, the NBA, and Bridgewater. Recognized as one of the world's 10 most influential management thinkers, Fortune's 40 under 40, and Oprah's Super Soul 100. Wharton's top-rated professor for seven straight years; has over 6 million followers on social media. BA, Harvard; PhD, University of Michigan. Former junior Olympic springboard diver.
Adam Grant outlines his top 10 leadership reading recommendations for the fall.
We use three reciprocation styles: giving, taking and matching. Organizations can encourage a giving culture by assessing and incentivizing this behaviour
Organizational psychologist Adam Grant has described reading a great book as 'a great investment.' Here he makes 12 recommendations for your reading list.
From navigating relationships to healthy work and life rhythms, being a good leader isn't easy. Adam Grant, organizational psychologist at Wharton, selects 20 books to help.
Sharing knowledge and helping others is one of the most powerful methods of leadership, says Wharton organizational psychologist Adam Grant.
Cuando las personas reciben críticas negativas en el trabajo y lo atribuyen a la relación en lugar de solo a las personas involucradas, no se regodean en la autocompasión ni arremeten con...
Adam Grant look at virtues and argues that getting a balance is the best approach.
Professor Adam Grant looks at what it takes to face adversity and build resilience.
Professor Adam Grant looks at how to deal, and work with, selfish people.
Professor Adam Grant previews some this autumn's best new books.
Professor Adam Grant argues that admitting your weaknesses is a much better tactic than hiding them.
We think of great leaders being educated at Harvard, Yale and other esteemed institutions, but there’s another training ground that may be equally valuable.
Adam Grant says there is a price to pay for being too authentic.