0712 | How to Build a High Performing Culture

0712 | How to Build a High Performing Culture

Nee Doshi and Lindsay McGregor are partners in life, work, and writing. The are the founders of the consulting firm Vega Factor and authors of Primed to Perform. In this interview, we dive deep into culture, systems, and motivation. We define TOMO and outline how the science of motivation can help build high performing cultures.

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In This episode, You’ll Learn:

  • Why most company cultures suck
  • Why TOMO is the antidote for FOMO
  • How to build a high performing culture

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David Burkus is an organizational psychologist, keynote speaker, and bestselling author of five books on leadership and teamwork.

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