High Performance

Stand out and get ahead

Showing up every day and doing your job isn't enough. Go above and beyond and help your company get important work done.

Spread your high performing culture

A culture of high performance is rocket fuel for growth and innovation. Empower your high performing people and teams to spread what’s working for them with the rest of your company.

Find flow and focus in your work

People want to go above and beyond when they’re doing work that is meaningful and challenging to them. Employees in flow are easier to engage, retain and tend to perform many magnitudes better. With Soulwork, you give your people much needed freedom while collectively driving value for your company.

Deliver on aspirations

High performers get frustrated when they don’t feel like they have an opportunity to fulfill their aspirations in their job. With Soulwork, you can give people the power to act upon their aspirations and a tangible way to achieve them at work.

Attract and retain high performers

High performing people crave differentiating and diverse experiences. Give them the ability to use all their talents on a wide range of problems impacting the company. They’ll keep choosing to work for you and not someone else.

Choose to do great work

Autonomy is at the heart of hours melting away like seconds, symphonies being composed, and thousands of lines of flawless code getting written. High performers don’t slack. They don’t skimp on doing their day to day responsibilities. They do all of that and more. Give them choice and options for “more”. They will revolutionize your company.

Give your company an edge in campus recruiting

Top performing campus hires want potential employers to support their growth and discovery. Stand out from other employers by showing commitment to the growth of your campus hires through a culture of connected and continuous learning.

“Most people live in a very restricted circle of their potential being. They make use of a very small portion of their possible consciousness, and of their soul’s resources in general, much like a man who, out of his whole organism, should get into a habit of using and moving only his little finger.”

Steven Kotler, The Rise of Superman

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