Neel and Lindsay recently sat down with Forbes contributor Dan Schawbel to discuss their views on the importance of corporate culture.
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LearnVest sits down with Neel and Linsday to talk about just how important corporate culture is and why it's even more important than money.
In this interview with Devin Tomb at Levo League, Lindsay reflects on why she struggled with being a "hands-off" leader earlier in her career, and shares tips on how new managers can avoid the same mistakes
Wonder how companies like Apple and Starbucks are able to continuously innovate, even as they grow bigger and competition stiffens? Watch Lindsay's discussion with Gregg Greenberg over at TheStreet to learn how their high ToMo cultures drives their observed high performance
These days, offices come with a wide variety of perks, but very few actually make a difference in business culture.
When we work for reasons related to the work itself, we are more adaptive. In our experience, adaptability is the trait most cited by managers as characteristic of high performers. The farther our reasons are from the work, the less we exhibit the trait.