Most of ourcommunities are sponsored by a business, association, nonprofit, thought leader, community group, or university. But we want to give back, so we’ve started several communities that anyone can join to experience Givitas, ask for help, and practice 5-minute favors.
The groups listed on this page are all free to join!
Make a request for help; offer your experience, advice, or time to someone else; and grow your network! More communities are coming, so keep checking back.
Givitas for Leaders is a community of people interested in exchanging help on topics related to positive business, collaborative culture, and business leadership. This group is available to experienced and new managers.
In this community, members have learned how to manage up and down, teach ethics, inspire generosity in their teams, and grow their networks.
Founded in conjunction with a Wall Street Journal/Sheryl Sandberg event for women in the workplace in 2019, this is a community for anyone (of any gender) interested in advancing women in the workplace.
Members have found mentors, worked on practical ideas to close the wage gap, gotten advice on a range of challenges and opportunities facing women in the workplace.
Originally founded at the 2018 SHRM Annual Conference, this group has grown to include thousands of human resource professionals at all levels from around the world.
Members use the community to exchange best practices, policy templates, support on tricky personnel issues, and information on hiring.
Join a free community for young professionals and emerging leaders. We originally created this group for alumni of Reciprocity Rings and other Givitas groups, but we’ve broadened it to include any young professionals and emerging leaders.
This is the place to connect with other recent graduates to exchange advice, support, information, and resources that will help you get ahead in life and in your career.
The Givitas GRANTED Community was created by Adam Grant for his email subscribers to exchange help, resources, connections, ideas, and advice.
Topics include work, life, work-life balance, and psychology.
Dan Pink has created an online Reciprocity Ring for his readers and newsletter subscribers.
Think of Givitas as the next stage of social networking- a place where you can ask questions, get advice, and help others.
Join a free community for readers and fans of Nir Beshan’s Creator Mindset. Ask questions, get answers, advice, introductions, or help. Then pay it forward to someone else!
This new community gives you the opportunity to get the help you need to be more successful and connect with leaders and peers interested in innovation, creativity, entrepenureship, business and collaboration.
The Reciprocity Ring is a one-time, face-to-face or virtual exercise that makes asking for and offering help easy. Learn how to put these principles into action every day using Givitas, a scalable technology platform that makes it easy to ask for help.Learn more
Givitas is a scalable technology platform that makes it easier for employees to ask for help. This purpose built, safe space was designed based on scientific research showing that generous work communities create loyal, efficient, happy employees.Learn more