Performance is an important topic in most workplaces. Presumably, there’s a fairly typical, usually implicit, assumption that when you come to work, you’re going to perform your best. Companies spend massive amounts on “performance management” programs, compensation plans, feedback technologies, and incentive structures, all in the name of — you guessed it — greater performance.

But what if we’ve been misunderstanding where great performance actually comes from?

At Helios, we’ve discovered that the formula for great performance is actually quite simple…

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