by Chris McGoff

A peak performance culture happens when people choose to adopt three specific ways of being and practice seven disciplines.

Ways of being are choices you and your peers make about how you live, behave, and how you show up to others. In a peak performance culture, everybody advocates for the following behaviors and are intolerant when any team member acts in a manner incongruent with these three behaviors.

They are:

  1. Being intentional.
  2. Being persistent.
  3. Being integrity.

Now that we’ve addressed the behaviors necessary for a peak performance culture, let’s discuss the seven disciplines necessary for one:

  1. Customer
  2. Feedback
  3. Interconnectedness and interdependency
  4. Possibility
  5. Social contracting
  6. Power
  7. Moral courage

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