Neel Doshi and Lindsay McGregor, Co-Founders of Vega Factor and co-authors of Primed To Perform, which explores the ability for companies to create high-performing cultures with employees join Enterprise Radio.
- In your new book, Primed To Perform, you explain the science of “Total Motivation,” which consists of play, purpose and potential. Can you briefly explain these to our listeners?
- How did you stumble across Total Motivation? What is it that caused you to analyze the correlation between Total Motivation and a company’s performance?
- In the book, you describe a way for managers to calculate Total Motivation within their organizations. Can you describe this method and how it works?
- During your research and consulting, what are some of the most common mistakes companies make while managing employees?
- You are both on a mission to change the way we think about company culture and how leaders train and grow their workforce. With big corporations showing their true colors when it comes to caring about employees, the kind of advice you’re providing is key to beginning a paradigm shift. What are a few of the takeaways you hope readers have from Primed To Perform?
Neel Doshi is the Co-Founder of Vega Factor and co-author of Primed to Perform. Previously, Neel was a Partner at McKinsey & Company, founding member of an award-winning tech startup, and employee of several mega-institutions. He studied engineering at MIT, and received his MBA from Wharton.
Lindsay McGregor is the Co-Founder of Vega Factor and co-author of Primed to Perform. Previously, Lindsay led projects at McKinsey & Company, working with large Fortune 500 companies, nonprofits, universities and school systems. She received her B.A. from Princeton University, and an MBA from Harvard.