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Preparing for the New Future of Work: Building a Culture of High Performance and Adaptability

Adaptive performance is, without doubt, one of the most important aspects of organisational performance. Yet few business leaders understand what science already knows – to create a high-performing culture you have to understand human motivation.  Based on over 20 years of science and business know-how, Primed to Perform by Neel Doshi offers a proven system for motivating an entire workforce.

In this dynamic presentation, New York Times Bestselling Author and Global Human Motivation Expert Neel Doshi, explained both the science and some actionable experiments attendees can run in their workplace.

This webinar covered the following topics:

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  • Total Motivation – what is it and how you can use it to outperform the market
  • Task-oriented operating models versus Problem Solving operating models
  • The Direct and Indirect aspects of the Motive Spectrum
  • How vital it is for leaders to understand the Motive Spectrum.
  • How to balance Adaptive and Tactical performance
  • Intensity without pressure

 

Neel is a global expert in the science of human motivation and organizational psychology. He is the co-author of the New York Times Bestseller “Primed to Perform: How to Build the Highest Performing Cultures Through the Science of Total Motivation”. Neel has co-authored many influential Harvard Business Review articles and the co-founder of Vega Factor – a company building technology to help organizations transform their culture and achieve the highest levels of performance.

 

Graphic Recording

Again, the inspirational Sujith Ramachandra has produced a beautiful graphic recording of the webinar. To obtain a high-resolution version, click on the picture below.

Primed to Perform visual recording

 

Webinar Recording

 

Further Reading

Here is some further reading on the topic:

How Company Culture Shapes Employee Motivation

There Are Two Types of Performance — but Most Organizations Only Focus on One

Why Agile Goes Awry — and How to Fix It

Leading High Performing Teams

 

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