The cut-throat corporate culture is giving way to a new attitude of altruism that lays the foundation for commercial and individual achievement.
In introducing a new approach to business Burg and Mann present the Five Laws of Stratospheric Success: Value, Compensation, Influence, Authenticity, and Receptivity. Each of these concepts defines worth personally and professionally by a metric of generosity, rather than net gains. Philanthropy, they argue, can be a central part of a successful business, and use these principles to explain how.
The beauty of this book is that it is told in an entertaining, allegorical style so that the real magic of turning from a go-getter to a go-giver is especially resonant. The hero of the story steps into a larger circle of reciprocity with some surprising and satisfying twists of fate.
What sets the Go-giver aside from other popular business self-help is that it moves beyond the “worker-friendly” mindset, shifting the business objectives toward ongoing, sustainable contribution that actually lifts the business up at all levels. A fascinating read and 360 from the standard talk about corporate culture, the Go-Giver is authentic without being dogmatic, offering another definition of success that deserves to be heard.
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