You’ve crushed it in a meeting - everyone seems to be listening intently, excited about your ideas, and when you ask for feedback at the end, you get nothing but praise. So why then, two weeks down the line, do you find out that a few people didn’t agree with a word you said, and there’s a slew of things you could’ve done better?
Peakon CEO and co-founder Phil Chambers says it might be because data’s a lot more honest than the people it comes from.
Phil shares what he learned from starting a company without the skills to build the product, how he uses data in his own workplace, and why finding meaning in your work is more important than perks or engagement activities.
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Produced by Inventium
Host: Amantha Imber
Production Support from Deadset Studios
Episode producers: Jenna Koda and Liam Riordan
Sound Engineer: Martin Imber