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Chemistry, not Culture

Instead of culture, let’s talk about chemistry in the workplace.

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Disclaimer: I’m just as guilty of referencing ‘culture’ when describing teams, workplaces, and companies. Recently I’ve grown unsettled with the term. I offer a replacement: chemistry.

Culture = similar things

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Cameron Moll

Cameron Moll

Former Head of Design @ Facebook Events. Passion for mental performance. Father of 5.

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